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August 1988 

Volume XLX, No. 1 







Official Publication of 

The Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

Member of National Federation ol State High School Associations 



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National Federation Adds 
Cheerleading To Its Structure 




KANSAS CITY, MO (April 26, 1988) — In its continuing effort to meet \.he needs of high school activities 
participants, the National Federation has added cheerleading to its structure. 

Because of the growth and development of cheerleading in the nation's high schools, the National Federation has 
adopted recommended guidelines and will provide services for this important high school activity. 

Prior to 1978, the National Federation provided services only for high school athletics. That year, however, 
services for speech and music were added and, in 1984, programs for chemical health were started which led to the 
creation of TARGET. 

"With the growth of cheerleading has come a need for unification and direction," said Brice Durbin, executive 
director of the National Federation. "We believe that the philosophy statement and recommended guidelines that 
have been developed will enhance cheerleading programs throughout the nation." 

The National Federation Spirit Committee met March 28-29 at the National Federation to establish guidelines and 
construct a statement of philosophy. This committee also adopted the first Cheerleading Guide, which will contain 
the philosophy statement, recommended safety guidelines, photographs of partner stunts which are permitted and 
which are not permitted, suggestions for cheerleader advisors/coaches and guidelines for cheerleaders. The guide 
will be updated annually as are all National Federation rule-related publications. 

Included in the statement of philosophy adopted by the Spirit Committee was the following: "...Cheerleaders shall 
serve as a support group for the interscholastic athletic program within the school, and, as such, play a very 
important role in the administration of athletics contests. Each squad should strive to boost school spirit, promote 
good sportsmanship, develop positive crowd involvement and help student participants and spectators achieve the 
most worthwhile educational objectives of the interscholastic program." 

The philosophy statement also noted that cheerleading activities should center on leading or directing the cheers 
of fans and that performing is a secondary role of cheerleading. 

Following are the recommended cheerleader safety guidelines that were adopted: 

1. Adequate warm-up must precede all activities. 

2. Jewelry is prohibited with the exception of religious or medical medals. If such medals are worn, they shall be 
taped to the body and be under the uniform. 

3. Cheerleaders shall wear athletic-type shoes which are appropriate for cheerleading activities. 

4. Tumbling and partner stunts should not be performed on wet surfaces. Tumbling, partner stunts and pyramids 
should not be performed on concrete. 

5. Use of mini-tramps, spring boards or any apparatus that increases the height of a stunt is not allowed. 

6. All pyramids and /or mounts are limited to two persons high, meaning the base(s) is in direct contact with the floor 
or ground. 

7. Stunts higher than a shoulder stand (e.g., above-the-shoulder extensions) must have a spotter(s). 

8. Free-falling flips or swan dives from mounts, pyramids or basket tosses are not allowed. 

9 The catcher must have continual eye contact with the top person /flyer throughout the entire stunt. The top person 
must look before dismounting backwards to a cradle catch. 

10. Toe and thigh pitches are not permitted. 

1 1 . Knee drops, split drops and tension drops are not allowed. 

12. Double-base, split catches are not allowed. 

1 3. Suspended splits are permitted provided the person performing the split is able to lower his/her own weight into 
the split position, and/or the bases provide support at thigh level. 

14. Baskettosses or any type of toss must be performed from ground level and must be cradled by the original bases. 
If there are only two bases, there must be a spotter at the head/shoulder area when the top person/flyer is caught. 

The Spirit Committee noted that cheerleading can be dangerous, and that responsibility for safety rests with each 
high school. The committee said that each school's coach/advisor should modify the above recommendations to 
reflect the age, training, experience and athletic ability of the students in his/her school. 



NEW PUBLICATION!! 
1988-89 OFFICIAL HIGH SCHOOL 

CHEERLEADING GUIDE 

FOR BOYS AND GIRLS CHEERLEADING 

The book contains a philosophy statement, recommended safety 
guidelines, for cheerleaders and cheerleader advisors, and 
photographs to clarity stunts which are permitted or not permitted 
according the the National Federation guidelines. 



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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLX, NO. 1 



AUGUST, 1988 



$10.00 PER YEAR 



Newly Elected Board Member 




DAVID POINTS 
Mt. Sterling 



David Points, Principal at Montgomery County High 
School, has been elected by the Board Appointed Repre- 
sentatives of the Ninth and Tenth Basketball Regions to 
complete the unexpired term of Bill Case on the Board of 
Control. Case, formerly the Principal at Bourbon County High 
School, and most recently the Assistant to the Superintendent 
in Bourbon County, retired this past July 1 to enter private 
industry. Case will be a marketing and customer accounts 
representative for a bank in Bourbon County. 

Points IS certainly no stranger to administration or to the 
member schools in the Ninth and Tenth regions. He is now^ 
entering his tenth year as Principal at Montgomery County, 
vi/hich follovi/ed one year as an Assistant Principal at the 
school. Previous to his service for the Mt. Sterling school. 
Points was a guidance counselor and Assistant to the 
Principal at Mason County, and served several years in the 
teaching profession at Carroll and Oldham County High 
Schools. 

Points graduated from Grant County High School in 1963 
and began his undergraduate work at Hanover College in 
Hanover, Indiana the following fall. He transferred to the 
University of Kentucky where he received his B.A in 
Education in 1 968. He then did graduate work at Georgetown 
College, where in 1973 he received his MA. degree in 
Guidance Counseling. In 1977, he received his Certification 
in Principalship/Administration from Morehead Stateand the 
following year received his Rank I in Administration from 
Morehead. 

He has been involved in several Professional groups, 
including the American Association of School Administrators, 
the Kentucky High School Coaches Association, the 
Kentucky Association of School Administrators, and the 
National and Kentucky Association of School Principals. He 
has served on K.A.S.S.P.'s Board of Directors and as that 
group's president, was selected to Phi Delta Kappa, and has 
served on the Bluegrass Basketball Association's Board of 
Directors. 

He wife Jean is the owner of Physical Therapy & 
Rehabilitation Services, while his son Spencer is a junior at 
Eastern Kentucky University and his son Darin, a sophomore 
at Hanover College. 




1988 State Tennis Cfiampionships 
Team Scoring 



BOYS 

St. Xavier 17 

Trinity (Louisville) ... 15 

Henderson County ... 7 

Lone Oak 6 

North Hardin 6 

Owensboro Catholic . . 6 

Dixie Heights 4 

Eastern 4 

Franklin County 4 

Scott County 4 

Bowling Green 3 

Male 3 

Sayre 3 

Shelby County 3 

Boyd County 2 

Christian County .... 2 

Covington Catholic . . 2 

Fort Knox 2 

Hart County 2 

Montgomery County ... 2 

Paducah Tilghman ... 1 

Southern 

Danville 

Western 

Fairdale 

Cumberland 



GIRLS 

Sacred Heart 14 

Highlands 8 

Lone Oak 8 

Henderson County ... 8 

Henry Clay 7 

Model 6 

Sayre 5 

Bowling Green 5 

Middlesboro 4 

Elizabethtown 3 

Eastern 3 

Bourbon County .... 2 

Atherton 2 

Bullitt Central 2 

Daviess County 2 

Doss 2 

Mason County 2 

Notre Dame 2 

Pulaski County 1 

Calloway County .... 1 

Paul Blazer 1 

Male 

Meade County 

Beechwood 

Collegiate 

Grayson County 

Russell 

Southern 



BOYS TEAM PLAY-OFF SCORES 

#1 Singles: 

Bryan Minton/St. Xavier def. Steve Mather/Trinity 

(6-4)(4-6) Retired 

#2 Singles: 

Steve Reuff/Trinity def. David Mahan/St. Xavier 

(6-4) (6-3) 

#1 Doubles 

Chris Bohnert/St. Xavier def. Chad McRae/Trinity 

Cinton Glasscock Travis Raque 

(6-3) (6-1) 

#2 Doubles 

Ray Shea/St. Xavier def. Brandon Bowlds/Trinity 

Brice Brown Brad Warren 

(By Default) 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1988 



AUGUST, 1988 VOL. XLX, NO. 1 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926. 
Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to; 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Edttor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Tom Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville; Vice- 
President - Sam Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville; Directors 
- Sandy Allen (1 988- 1 992) Louisville, Huston DeHaven (1 987- 

1991) Hardinsburg, Charles Henry (1988-1992) 
Paducah. Pearl Ray Lefevers (1988-1992) Kettle Island. 
Charles Miller (1986-1990) Louisville, Marvin Moore (1988- 

1992) Morehead, Tony dinger (1984-1989) Lexington, 
David Points (1988-1991) Mt. Sterling, Ken Tippett (1985- 
1989) Versailles. Liz Trabandt (1988-1991) Ashland; State 
Department of Education - Harry Loy, Frankfort. 

Subscription Rate $10.00 per year 




K.H.S.A.A. 
Videotaping 
Regulations 



I. MEDIA 

At all levels of competition, including district, regional, 
sectional, and state competition in K.H.S.A.A. sponsored 
tournaments and meets, managers are encouraged to make 
allowances for members of the television media to tape the 
contests at no charge to the media outlet, as long as the 
taping is for the sole purpose of nevi/scast highlights. 

Cable companies and other outlets desiring to tape the 
contest for delayed re-broadcast must receive the permission 
of the event manager, and the manager has the right to set 
and collect any fee which he or she may deem appropriate as 
an offset to any perceived lost ticket revenue. At the state 
level, all negotiations for rights to a delayed broadcast, as well 
as any live telecast, shall be initiated with the Association 
Sports Information Director, and must be approved by the 
Commissioner of the K.H.S.A.A. All telecasts and cablecasts 
at levels of K.H.S.A.A. competition other than the state final 
competition, shall be governed by the local manager. 

II, PARTICIPATING TEAMS 

At the discretion of the event manager, and if space is 
available, participating teams in K.H.S.A.A. events shall be 
allowed space, for the purpose of recording the game. If 
space is deemed to be available, the tournament manager 
has the right to designate a specific area for the purpose of 
taping, and allow taping only in that area. If space is deemed 



to be not available, and the management is taping the events 
for the purpose of re-sale or archives, the management shall 
provide each participating team with a copy of the tape of 
each game in which they participate, at no charge. It shall be 
soley the determination of the event manager as to space 
availability. The manager of all state final championships is 
the Association Commissioner. Each participating school 
choosing to tape or film their event are required to sign a 
waiver indicating that the Association will be held blameless 
for any and all liability to those parties involved in the taping, 
and that the school will make NO copies of the tape or film. 

III. FANS and the GENERAL PUBLIC 

The Association shall allow for the taping of K.H.S.A.A. 
sponsored competition by persons whose equipment is 
totally self-contained, and can be operated from the confines 
of the seat which the person occupies. However, at the 
discretion of the event manager, taping may be prohibited if 
attendance figures or ticket sales indicate that the allowance 
of taping would impose on the comfort and view of other 
paying patrons. No support equipment, i.e., electric power 
supplies, tripods, etc. shall be allowed. The determiniation as 
to space availability and other technical requests shall be 
soley to the discretion of the event manager. If space is 
deemed to be available, the tournament manager has the 
right to designate a specific area for the purpose of taping, 
and allow taping only in that area. All requests for videotape 
and film space at levels below the state championships shall 
be directed to the event manager, and his or her dicision as to 
space availability shall be final. 

IV. ASSOCIATION TAPING PRIVILEGES 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association reserves 
the right to tape any of its state championship rounds, and to 
make the tapes available in a reasonable amount of time and 
at a reasonable rate. The association list of events to tape is 
including to but not limited to. Soccer Semi-Final and Final 
Round, Volleyball Semi-Final and Final Round, Football 
Championship Games (all four classes). State Boys 
Basketball Tournament (all games). State Girls Basketball 
Tournament (all games). State Wrestling Championships 
(final rounds in each class), and the Mid America Classic. 



;PECQAL [^©TD(D[ 



PART II EXAMS FOR FOOTBALL, SOCCER 
AND VOLLEYBALL — SEPTEMBER 12 

The Part II examination must be taken under supervision. It 
will be given by the local assigning secretary and/or at the 
K.H.S.A.A. Office in Lexington, or other sites as designated by 
the K.H.S.A.A. Any exception to the above must be cleared 
with the Commissioner. 

SCHOLARSHIP GUIDE ANNOUNCEMENT 

The 1988 SCHOLARSHIP GUIDE for women, sponsored by 
the Women's Sports Foundation and Procter & Gamble, is 
available and ideal for high school girl athletes. The Guide 
lists the colleges and universities that offer athletic 
scholarships by state, and each entry includes the contact 
person, kinds of scholarships available and the number 
offered. In addition, guidance is given on how to approach the 
scholarship search and what quesitons the athlete should 
consider. 

For a copy of the 1988 SCHOLARSHIP GUIDE, please write 
to; Women's Sports Foundation, 342 Madison Ave., Suite 728, 
New York, NY 10173. Please include $2 for postage and 
handling. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1988 


PAGE THREE 


K.H.S.A.A. 


SOCCER ALIGNMENT FOR 1988 




REGION 1 




District 1 


District 2 


District 3 


Heath 
Lone Oak 
Paducah Tilghman 
Reidland 
St. Mary 


Caldwell County 
Calloway County 
Marshall County 
Murray 


Fort Campbell 
Henderson Coutny 
Madisonville/N. Hopkins 
University Heights 




KLUIUN i. 




District 4 


District 5 


District 6 


Apollo 

Daviess County 
Owensboro 
Owensboro Catholic 


Bowling Green 
Glasgow 
Russellville 
Warren Central 
Warren East 


East Hardin 
Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
North Hardin 
West Hardin 




REGION 3 




District 7 


District 8 


District 9 


Doss 

Fairdale 

Holy Cross (Louisville) 

Pleasure Ridge Park 

Southwest Christian 


Central 

duPont Manual 
Male 

Ninth & 
St. Xavier 

nr^irthi d 


DeSales ! 

Iroquois 

Moore 

Southern 

St. Francis 








District 10 


District 11 


District 12 


Fern Creek 
Highviev\/ Baptist 
Jeffersontown 
Seneca 
Waggener 


Ballard 

Eastern 

Kentucky Country Day 

Walden 


Atherton 

Christian Academy 
Louisville Collegiate 
Trinity (Louisville) 


District 13 


District 14 


District 1 5 


Anderson County 
Bullitt East 
Frankfort 
Franklin County 
Oldham County 
Shelby County 
Western Hills 


Harrison County 
Mason County 
Maysville 
Pendleton County 


Bourbon County 

Millersburg Military 

Paris 

Scott County 

Woodford County 


District 16 


District 17 


District 18 


Berea 

Boyle County 
Danville 
Somerset 


Jessamine County 
Lafayette 
Sayre 
Tates Creek 


Bryan Station 

Henry Clay ' 
Lexington Catholic i' 
Madison Central 1 
Madison Southern 








District 19 


District 20 


District 21 j; 


Boone County 
Conner 
Dixie Heights 
Lloyd Memorial 
St. Henry 


Covington Catholic 
Covington Latin 
Holmes 
Holy Cross 
Scott 


Bishop Brossart 

Campbell County 

Highlands 

Ludlow 

Newport Central Cath. 

Simon Kenton 








District 22 


District 23 


District 24 


George Rogers Clark 
Menifee County 
Montgomery County 
Powell County 


Laurel County 
Oneida Bapt. Institute 
St. Camillus 


Boyd County 
Mullins 
Paul Blazer 
Rowan County 
Russell 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1988 



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KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION 

OF 

PEP ORGANIZATION SPONSORS 



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The Kentucky Association of Pep Organization Sponsors (KAPOS) is pleased to recognize nine 1988 
Stella S. Gilb Scholarship winners: Michelle Burgess, Barren County High School; Amy Fulcher, 
Hughes-Kirk High School; Julie Sharpensteen, Doss High School; Tammy Miller, Laurel County High 
School; Rhonda Smith, Lincoln County High School; Kimberly McDowell, East Carter High School; Janie 
Rowland, Johnson Central High School; Melissa Wireman, Magoffin County High School; and Jennifer 
Swartz, Pikeville High School. Each recipient was chosen for academic and leadership ability and will 
receive $500. Since 1 964, KAPOS has awarded 52 scholarships in the amount of $36,600. Applications 
for the 1989 scholarships will be available in January. Any senior cheerleader at a KAPOS member 
school is eligible. 






Michelle Burgess 
Barren County High School 



Amy Fulcher 
Hughes-Kirk High School 



Kimberly McDowell 
East Carter High School 






Tammy Miller 
Laurel County High School 



Janie Rowland 
Johnson Central High School 



Julie Sharpensteen 
Doss High School 






Rhonda Smith 
Lincoln County High School 



Jennifer Swartz 
Pikeville High School 



Melissa Wireman 
Magoffin County High School 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1988 



PAGE FIVE 




1988 KHSAA CROSS COUNTRY 
COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES 

July 14, 1988 



Members Present: 

Mr. Louis Stout - Assist Commissioner KHSAA 

Mr. Gordon Bococl< - Pulasl<i Co. H.S., Chairman 

Mr. Larry Wingfeld - Shelby Co. H.S., Secretary 

Mr. Tony Rowe - Daviess Co. M.S. 

Mr. Will Pagan - Daviess Co. H.S. 

Mr. Frank Miklavcic - Frankfort H.S. 

Mr. Randy Crist - Anderson Co. H.S. 

Ms. Jean Wright - Franklin Co. H.S. 

Mr. Bob Stacy - Boyd Co. H.S. 

Mr. Jack Kaline - Covington Catholic H.S. 

Meeting began at approximately 10:05 a.m. EDT 

ITEM #1 

Changing distance of girls distance in cross country from 
3000 meter to 4000 meters. 

RATIONALE: Girls run 3200 meters in track already, plus they 
have to run 4000 to 5000 meters in post season competition. 
Also all of the surrounding states have gone to either 4000 or 
5000 meters. 

PROPOSAL: Motion made by Gordon Bocock to recommend 
to KHSAA Board of Control to chance the distance in girls 
cross country from 3000 meters to 4000 meters beginning in 
the 1989 season. 

Motion second by Larry Wingfeld: 

Motion carried 9-0 in favor of the proposal. 

ITEM #2 

Randy Crist recommended that the individual vtrinning trophy 
in the shape of the regional and state meets be presented to 
the individual w/inners rather than to the individuals' school. 

RATIONALE: School did not necessarily need an individual 
w/inning trophy of each individual. Plus the individual who 
worked so hard should be given more consideration. 

Recommendation was made in the form of a motion by Randy 
Crist; 

Motion second by Frank Miklavcic 

Motion carried 9-0 in favor of the proposal. 

Amendment to previous motion; 

Randy Crist moved that both the first and second place 
individual winners receive a trophy in place of the medals. 

RATIONALE: Two trophys are already given, one goes to the 
school and one to the individual; but the previous motion 
changed the format of the trophy presentation. Instead of 
giving medals to the winner and runners-up m regional and 
state competition present them with trophys in the form of that 
state just as the state cfiampionship team trophys. The first 
and second place individuals will therefore not receive 
medals, saving the state the expense of those medals. 

Motion seconded by Tony Rowe. 

Motion carried 9-0 in favor of the amendment. 

ITEM #3 

Mr. Louis Stout discussed the State Cross Country Program 
and what an excellent program it was, with the exception of a 
few photographs of the individual All-State individuals 
missing; there were 5 photos missing. 



ITEM #4 

Jack Kaline of Covington Catholic and also a representing 
member of the Northern Ky. Coaches Association made a 
motion that the cross country season start on the last 
Saturday of August, rather than the first day of September. 
RATIONALE: Football and Soccer start before September 1. 
This would also give the schools and teams having 
invitationals that are presently having to adjust their 
schedules for these meets, (and in some cases some schools 
are not able to have their meets because of the lost Saturday) 
and they could continue each year. 

Motion second by Jean Wright 

Motion carried 9-0 in favor of the motion. 

MOTION TO BE PRESENTED TO THE KHSAA BOARD OF 

CONTROL. 

ITEM #5 

Mr. Stout commended State Cross Country Meet Manager 
Mr. David Whatel for his outstanding job for the 1987 meet. 

Recommendations to improve the State Cross Country 
Championships: 

1. Wider finish shoot 

2. Back-up computer 

3. Recall starter to be placed 50 to 100 yards in front of 
runners 

4. Starter to be positioned behind the runners rather than in 
front 

5. UNIFORM CHECK: (Both in Regional as well as State 
meets) All uniforms must be school issued in both type and 
color. Shirts are to be the same color and style, shorts same 
color. Tights must be worn under shorts; also it is recom- 
mended that cycling shorts not be worn unless worn under 
regular school issued shorts; they should be considered as 
tights. 

6. In case of bad weather, the stagmg area be moved to the 
large black barn on the back of the Steeple Chase Track. 

Starting times for the 1988 State Meet: 

Girls 



Boys 



ITEM #6 

Gordon Bocock presented a proposal for reclassification; 
The present system is not equable; 
293 member schools KSHAA 
204 member schools have cross country programs 
89 member schools do not have cross country programs 
Number of CO. schools in each class at present time (July 
1988) 
1000 students and up Class AAA 

50 schools 

* 1 5 schools in Louisville area with AA enrollment that is 
class AAA 

Cross Country Committee Minutes 
Cont on Pg. 6. 



A 


11:00 a.m. 


EST 


AAA 


11:30 a.m. 


EST 


AA 


12:00 p.m. 


EST 


A 


12:30 p.m. 


EST 


AAA 


1:00 p.m. 


EST 


AA 


1:30 p.m. 


EST 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1988 



1987-88 K.H.S.A.A. BASEBALL TOURNAMENT 

Elizabethtown, Kentucky 

June 2 - 3, 1988 

LAFAYETTE HIGH SCHOOL 




TEAM MEMBERS: James Anderson, Todd Baxter, Chris Corman, Scott Corman, Greg Dixon, Jed Dorough, Todd Easton, Chris 
Feltham, Keith Gadd, Kevin Coins, Aaron Howard, Greg Marshall, Nathan Massie, Billy McCord, Oarrin McDonald, Matt Mitchell, 
Jeff Neal, Mickey Padgett, Brady Salee, Mike Speck, Shawn Wigglesworth. 



Warren East 


7 


Boyd County 


1 






15 




Boyd County 


Lafayette 


12 


Lafayette 




2 




St. Xavier 






5 




Lafayette 









Tournament Officials 

1. Larry Wilson 

2. MikeElkin 

3. Fred Crittenden 

4. Don Gilmore 



Cross Country Committee Minutes Cont. from Pg. 5. 

*1 school in Louisville area with A enrollment that is 
class AAA 

34 Actual enrollment in class AAA with 1000 and 
above 

500-999 students Class AA 

68 schools 
*15 schools in Louisville area AA enrollment 

83 total schools in AA enrollment 
0-499 students Class A 

84 schools class A 

*1 school in Louisville area A enrollment 

85 total schools in A enrollment 

For actual number balance/ 204 divided by the 3 classes 
equal 68 schools per class. 

NEW PROPOSAL: 

800 and above Class AAA 

74 teams 
*— 6 includes Louisville area schools with AA 
classification 



68 



total in class AAA with actual class AAA 
enrollment 



400-799 Class AA 

64 teams 

*6 Louisville area schools with AA classification 

70 total in class AA with actual class AA 
enrollment 

0-399 Class A 
62 teams 
RATIONALE FOR THE RECLASSIFICATION: Equality in 
number of schools in each class. Needed because of the 
closing of several Louisville area schools in recent years. 
First reclassification in 6 years. 

Motion by Tony Rowe to accept the proposal as presented. 

Motion second by Bob Stacy 

Motion carried 8-0 with one abstention Mr. Jack Kaline 

Being no further business the meeting was adjourned by 
Chairman Gordon Bocock at approximately 1:15 p.m. EDT. 



From The Commissioner's Office [M)@71i> © (^(!i)@f I 



KOTE TO ALL REGISTERED OFFICIALS 

The Varsity game fee section of the re-registration information for officials 
contained a couple of typographical errors. First, the pay rate for soccer 
officials is to be $66.00 per game (three man crew), and $56 per game (two man 
crew). The mileage cut-offs for soccer, baseball and softball are 50 miles, 
not 75 as was listed. We regret any inconvenience this error may have caused. 

Officials may continue to re-register in K.H.S.A.A. sponsored sports until the 
deadline for new registration in the sport. The new fee structure allows the 
official to re-register for any and all sports for $27 for the first sport, $15 
for each additional sport after the June 30 deadline. If you need a 
registration card, please contact Patti Pruitt at the Association office. 

THANKS TO THE N.F.I.O.A. 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association would like to thank the National 
Federation Interscholastic Officials Association for their help by mailing the 
rules books to Kentucky football and basketball officials. The football books 
were mailed in early August, while the basketball books are to be mailed in 
early September. This is a tremendous service and is done as a courtesy by the 
National Federation which allows this office to save the cost of shipping the 
books as well as many other administrative costs. 

THANKS TO MEDIA REPRESENTATIVES 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association would like to thank several 
members of the media for their help throughout the year. Mike Fields at the 
Lexington Herald Leader has helped on numerous occasions with photographs and 
information as has Bob White with the Courier Journal. Larry Vaught, President 
of the A. P. Sports Editors and Mike Embry, the Lexington correspondent for A. P. 
have helped on numerous occasions as has Dave Baker, Weekend Sports Anchor for 
WKYT Channel 27 in Lexington, Terry Boehmker of the Kentucky Post, Ward 
Willingham of the Paducah Sun and Gene Abell of the Owensboro Messenger 
Enquirer. We encourage you to cooperate with your local media representatives 
as their work and reporting on behalf of your school can enhance both the 
performance and attitude of your school's programs. Thanks to all of these and 
the many other representatives of the media for their constant help. 

ATHLETIC TRAINER'S SOCIETY LOOKING TO HELP SCHOOLS 

The Kentucky Athletic Trainer's Society is pleased to announced the formation 
of the Student Athletic Trainer Membership Classification. Student members 
will be invited to attend meetings and meet other student and professional 
trainers around the state. Membership will also make them eligible to win a 
college scholarship. Membership dues, only $3.00 per year, may be sent to Mr. 
Keith Webster, Vice-President, KATS, Head Athletic Trainer, Morehead State 
University, UPO Box 742, Morehead, 40351. 

RULE BOOKS HAVE BEEN MAILED 

All fall sport rules manuals have been mailed to the member schools, as have 
Transfer Forms, Game Contracts, Eligibility Sheets, Memorandum Calendars, and 
the ticket order forms for the Boys' and Girls' Basketball Tournaments. 
Contact the office if you are missing any of these supplies. The Handbook is 
currently at press and should be available for distribution by September 12. 



OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 
Assumption needs teams for Holiday Jamboree, December 29 and 30. Carolyn 

Medley (502)458-9551. 
Bardstown High School needs Boys' Basketball games for 1988-89 on November 

29, December 16, January 17, and February 21. Contact Garni s Martin 

(502)348-5913. 
Bullitt East needs a girls and boys varsity team for its Tip-Off Tournament 

to be held December 1, 2 and 3. Interested teams should contact Keith 

Collins (502)538-7322. 
North Bullitt needs girls games on 12/6/88, 1/3/89, 1/31/89, and 2/23/89. 

Interested schools should contact Phil Berry, (502)957-2187. 
Pikeville needs boys games December 23 through January 2, home or away, 

would consider tournament. Also need game on February 21. Contact Ken 

Trivette, A.D. 
Frederick Fraize needs boys' basketball games for November 15 and 29, 

December 2 and 6, preferably at home. Also open at January 6, 27 and 31, 

and February 7, 17, 20 and 24. Contact Bob Geoghegan, (502)788-3388. 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1988-89 
With the enforcement of the NCAA Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 
important to keep up with the test dates for the American College Testing 
Assessment (ACT test). For the 1988-89 school year, the schedule is as 
follows: 

Test Date Regular Postmark Deadline Late Deadline 
10/22/88 09/23/88 10/11/88 

12/10/88 11/11/88 11/29/88 

02/11/89 01/13/89 01/31/89 

04/15/89 03/17/89 04/04/89 

06/10/89 05/12/89 05/30/89 

SANCTIONS FOR CONTESTS INVOLVING OUT OF STATE TEAMS 

Many questions arise when a member school attempts to schedule a game against a 
team from another state. Remember that the contest must go through the proper 
administrative channels to be considered a legal contest. The following can 
serve as a simple guide to athletic directors and principals -- 

1) If a game involves only one Kentucky school and one out of state school, 
and the other state adjoins Kentucky, no state Association or National 
Federation sanction is necessary; 

2) If a meet or tournament involves one or more teams from outside the host 
state, and the invited teams are from adjoining state(s), National 
Federation sanction is not necessary. However the event must be sanctioned 
by the state Associations involved. It is the responsibility of the 
principal of the host school to initiate the sanction procedure; 

3) In all other cases, both state Association and National Federation 
sanction is required. If you are the host school, contact the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association to obtain the sanction forms and begin the 
sanction process. The sanction process must be completed thirty (30) days 
prior to the event. 

4) It is also important to remember that this sanction process is also 
necessary for foreign competition as well as additional sanctioning may be 
necessary. 



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PAGE SEVEN 



1987-88 K.H.S.A.A. SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT 

Louisville, Kentucky 

May 26-27, 1988 

NORTH BULLITT HIGH SCHOOL 




TEAM MEMBERS: Julie Neighbor, Dawn Hardin, Kristi Bauer, Shellie Stevens, Shellie Dial, Terri Hall, Jennifer Driskell, Missy 
Miller, Dana Witcher, Dawn Annibial, Gwendy Fulkener, Tonya Cundlff, Sandi Richmond, Alicia Shartzer, Tammy Gomez, Kim 
Drae. 



North Bullitt 



Newport Cent. Cath. 4 



Moore 



Clark Co. 



Middlesboro 



Warren East 



Newport Cent. Cath. 2 



Marshall Co. 1 



Christian Co. 2 



Christian Co. 



20 



Clark Co. 



Sheldon Clark 



Warren East 



North Bullitt 14 



Holy Cross 14 



Holy Cross 



Daviess Co. 8 



Daviess Co. 



West Hardin 1 



West Hardin 



12 



North Bullitt 6 



15 



Daviess Co. 



North Bullitt 



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cials 


Linda Howard 


Glenn Crittenden 


Eldridge Rogers 


Melvin Webster 


Larry Cook 


Reynolds Flynn 


Jerry Bush 


Mike Robbins 


Jim King 


John Smart 


Jim Ash 


Fred Pervis 


Danny Beavers 


Roy Hughes 


Leonard Zirnheld 


Don Rinehart 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1988 



K.H.S.A.A. State Tennis Tournament (Girls Doubles) 
Downing Tennis Center, University of Kentucl(y, Lexington 

June 2-4, 1988 



Anne Sutherland/Pat Zimlich . Sacred Heart 
1 Sacred Heart 
Bye 

Jeanna Cofnett/Ramona Dit to. Meade Co. 

I Meade County 
Bye 



Afnanda Vance/Tracie Purvis . Mason Co. 

1 D053f6-0.6-dl 
Kalhy Jackson/Kim PehUe . Doss 



Seeded Players 

1. Jenny Lopez/Cackie Fenwjck, Sacred Heart 

2. Anne Sutherland/Pat 2im lie h, Sacred Heart 

3. Kelly Madauss/Leigh Mrller, Sayre 

4. Ashley Woodard/Shannon Wetzel, Daviess County 

5. Shannon Stroud/Sheryl Beasley, Lone Oak 

6. Evelyn Pepper/Jenny Turner, Bowling Green 



Sacred Heart (6-1. 6-0) 



Lisa Lenberqer/Janella Pasli ck. Eli2abethtowr> 

I Eliiabethlown (6-2,6-2) 
Cafola Summers/Jill Brady . Henderson Co. 

Kelly Madauss/Leiqh Miller Sayre 

I Savre(6-1.6-0} 



Sacred Heart (6-2.6-2) 



Elizabethlown (6-2,3-6,6- 3) 



Jennifer Keown/Susan Mur ray. Bowling Green 

Chelsea Hemingway/Jenny Bessler, Notre Dame 

I Notra Datne (6-4,6-4) 
Joan Stohmier/Alison Tren t, Male 

Shannon Slroud/Sheryl Bea sley. Lone Oak 

I Lone Oak (6-1.6-0) 



Sayre (6-4.6-2) 



Oenise Menshouse/Kerri Pruitt. Russell 



Kara Manyet/Hether Giglia, Highlands 

I Model(6-3,6-2) 



Sacred Heart (6-4, 7-6(7-4)) 



Lone Oak (3-6.6-2.6-3) 



Lone Oak (6-3,6-0) 



Betsy Thompson/Cindy Gr een well. Model 



Ann Rickert/CarolYn Rickeft . Elizabethtown 

1 Henderson County(6-2, 6-0) 



Amy Hall/Abb-e Grace. Hen derson Co. 

Emery Backer/Kelly Vmlon Sayre 

1 Bowling Green {6-3.7-51 
Evelyn Pepper/ Jenny Turn er, Bowling Green 

Lechelte Yates/Shari Brantle y, Lone Oak 

I Lone Oak (1-6.6-1.6-1) 



Henderson County (7-5,6-4) 



Emily Elvone/Mandy Frank . Bourbon County 

Caroline DaVeqa/Leiqh Rob erts, Male 

1 Daviess CoLjnIy{6-0. 6-1) 
Ashley Wood ward /Shanno n Wetzel, Daviess Co, 

Heather Lonq/Ginm Ruchka . Model 

I MQdel(6-1.6-1) 



Lone Oak (6-1.6-4) 



Lone Oak {7-6f7-4).6-3) 



Elizabeth Vance/Jenmfer P ortcf. Mason Co. 

Amy Browninq/Sara Bechar t. Highlands 

I Highlands (6-4,7-5) 



Highlands (6-1,6-4) 



Jennifer Dilly/Julie Dilty. Russell 
I Doss 



Jenny Calhoun/Andrea Gie s. Doss 
Bye 



Jenny Lopez/Cackie Fenw ick, Sacred 



Heart, (1-6.6-3.6-2) 



Sacred Heart (6-0, 6-2) 



Sacred Heart (6-0.6-2) 



Sacred Heart (6-0,6-0) 



I Sacred Heart 



Jenny Lopez/Cackie Fenw ick. Sacred Heart 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1987 



PAGE NINE 



K.H.S.A.A. State Tennis Tournament (Girls Singles) 
Downing Tennis Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington 



June 2-4, 1988 




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1. Wendy Anderson, Henry Clay 

2. Elizabeth Huber, Kentucky Country Day 

3. Kim Draud, Highlands 

4. Courtney Roberts, Middlesboro 

5. Julie Guess, Eastern 

6. Stephanie Dixon, Henderson County 

7. Jeanne Baker, Henry Ctay 

8. Laura Schwab, Sacred Heart 

9. Heather Crown, Bourbon County 

10. Wendy Gunter, Bullitt Central 



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K.H.S.A.A. State Tennis Tournament (Boys Doubles) 

Downing Tennis Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington 

June 2-4, 1988 



Chad Dowdy/Richard Tracy . Lone Oak 

I Lone Oak 

Bye 

Tyler Hudson/Rob Riqhimey er, Danville 

[Tfinity(6-3,6"2) 



Seeded Players 

1. Chris Bohnert/Clinton Glasscock, St. Xavier 

2. Chad Dowdy/Richard Tracy. Lone Oak 

3. Jeff Anderson/Mark Beckham, Eastern 

4. Warren Watson/Wes Sights, Henderson County 

5. Ray Shea/Brice Brown, St. Xavier 

6. Chad McRae/Travis Raque, Trinity 

7. Park Priest/Greg West, Bowling Green 

8. Chris Beard/Fred Sutterlin, Franklin County 



Lone Oak (6-1.6-0) 



Brandon Bowlds/Brad Wa rren. Trinity 

Chris Beard/Fred Sutterlin Franklin Co. 

1 Franklin County (2-6.6-4.7- 6(7-5)) 



Kevin McElheney/Chns He mmQway. Dixie Heights 

Chris Fuselier/Kendall Leml ey, Fort Knox 

I Foft Knox(6-1.6-2) 



Lone Oak (6-1.6-0) 



Franklm County (6-4,7-5) 



Jeff Sell/Robert Kaianswm . Fa.rdale 



Warren WatsonAA/es Sights Henderson Co, 

I Henderson CQunty(6-l, 6- 



Joseph Johnson/Brett Lei ckhardl. BowUng Green 



Henderson County (6-0.6-0) 



Billy Meeks/Lee McMtllan. S cott Co. 

\ Scott Countv<5-7. 7-6(7-5) , 6-3) 
Kevin Butler/Marty Sheper . Cov. Catholic 

Ray Shea/Brice Brown, St. X avier 

I St. Xavier (6-2.6-2) 



Ricky Raleiqh/Eric Creech . Cumberland 

Chris Anderson/Lane Fowle r. North Hardin 

I North Hardin (4-6.6-2.6-4) 
Todd MvattAVilliam Thompson. Boyd Co, 



Jack Graham/Chris Johnsto ne. Fairdale 

I Montgomery CountY(6-T. 6- 0) 



Henderson County (6-7(2-7). 6-4, 7-6(7-1)) 



Henderson County (6-3.6- 4) 



St. Xavier (6-0,6-0) 



Dennis Wells/Jeremy Lind on. Montgomery Co. 

Jack Herlihy/ChrisWilhite. Scott Co. 

1 Bowling Green (6-0.6-1) 
Park Priesl/Greq West. Bo wlmQ Green 

Alex Seldomndqe/Ernest Sm ith. North Hardin 

I North Hardm (6-3.6-0) 



Bowling Green (6-3.6-3) 



David Jude/Randv Hicks. Boyd Co. 



Stephen Borders/Niki Harni ce. Lone Oak 

\ Eastern (6-1.6-2) 



Eastern (6-1,7-5) 



Eastern (6-0.6-0) 



Jeff Anderson/Mark Beckh am. Eastern 

Chris Bell/Matt Zeck. Cov, C atholic 

I Covington Catholic(6-4.6-l ) 



Matt Steinberg/Darren Bra dshaw. Franklin Co. 

Ben Webster/Josh Lultms. D anville 

I Trinity (6-2.6-0) 
Chad McRae/Travis Raque . Trinity 

Bye 

I Henderson County 



Trinity (6-4.7-5) 



Travis Saacke/ScoTt Crafto n. Henderson Co. 

Bye 

I Si. Xavier 

Chris Bohnert/Clinton Glasscock. St. Xavier 



Chris Bohnert/Clinton Glasscock. St. 



Xavier, (7-6(7-0), 6- 2) 



St. Xavier (6-3. 4-6. 6- 21 



St. Xavier (6-3.6-4) 



St. Xavier (6-0.6-2) 



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2. Vimal Patel, Owensboro Catholic 

3. Jason Yeager, Dixie Heights 

4. Bryan Minton, St. Xavier 

5. Jimmie Brooks, Male 

6. Steve Rueff, Trinity 

7. Ford Lankford, Sayre 

8. Toby Bryan, Boyd County 

9. Brian Moore, Bowling Green 

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1987-88 TENNIS CHAMPIONS 




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CHEMICAL HEALTH 



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RESOURCES ARE AVAILABLE TO HELP TEENAGE ALCOHOLIC TaRGET 

Many people believe that drugs are the "bad" things for young people. Some parents, in fact, are actually relieved if their 
youngsters are "only drinking alcohol," not realizing that alcohol, too, is a drug. 

However, statistics clearly indicate that one of every 1 teenagers is presently, or will become, an alcoholic. Alcohol is a drug that 
can lead to physiological and psychological dependency. Some reports estimate that almost 500,000 people under the age of 21 
years already are alcoholic; and Alcoholics Anonymous, a self-help organization, reports a growing number of young people 
among its members. 

Alcoholism is a disease; and the teenager, like any other alcoholic, has little control over the consumption of alcoholic. The 
progression of alcoholism begins with symptoms of increasmg tolerance, increasing frequency and preoccupation with alcohol, 
and ends with decreasing tolerance, hospitalization and possible death. 

A teenager with an alcohol problem has feelings and attitudes similar to all other alcoholics. He or she frequently feels isolated, 
needs a drink to calm the nerves, feels uncomfortable in situations where there is no alcohol, has a continual preoccupation with 
the opportunity for the next drink, and feels irritated when his/her drinking is being discussed by others. 

The teenage alcoholic also may have more aggressive attitudes toward family and friends, have grandiose feelings of superiority 
and omnipotence, lose interest in outside activities and hobbies, slop caring about people, have feelings of guilt and despair, and 
develop a fear of fear. 

His or her grades may fall, and handwriting may become shaky. The attention span may become shortened, and there could be 
an increase in absences and tardmess in school. The teenage alcoholic finds it difficult to cope with frustration and has constant 
changes in friendships. The teenage alcoholic may become irritable with family members and former friends and often becomes 
suspicious of all people. He or she may also become rebellious, giddy, have a low capacity to persevere, may demonstrate 
impulsive and/or promiscuous behavior, may lie to parents and teachers, and may make frequent trips to the doctor or school 
nurse. 

Such symptoms are readily noticeable with the teenage alcoholic who continuously denies any problem with alcohol. What can 
be done to help the teenage alcoholic? Keeping in mind the tremendous amount of denial the teenage alcoholic will have, the 
following may be helpful: 

1 . Establish Concern. Talk with the alcoholic and convey love and concern about the changes in his or her behavior. 

2. Model the Behavior. There will be changes if the proper role modeling is received. 

3. Don't Accept Excuses. Alcoholics often develop excuses and rationalizations to avoid talking about their problem. Don't fall 
for it. Stick with the topic. 

4. Confront the Alcoholic. It is possible to reject the behavior of the alcoholic while, at the same time, accepting him or her as a 
person. You can convey love and concern while not condoning drinking behavior. 

5. Seek Professional Help. Enlist the aid of a professional. Most communities have a council on alcoholism which can provide a 
professional counselor. Alcoholics Anonymous offers assistance to those in need. 

SAYING "NO" TAKES COURAGE 

Saying "no" to a drink isn't always easy. Sometimes it's extremely difficult and requires a lot of thought, practice and support. 
Following are some practical suggestions which should be helpful. You may want to try a few to see which ones you are most 
comfortable using . . . 

• No, thanks, I'm driving. 

• No, thanks, I don't want to get into trouble with my parents (teachers, friends, grandparents, and so forth.) 

• No. thanks, if I drink I'll lose my privileges (e.g., use of the car). 

• No, thanks, I don't like the taste. 

• No, thanks. I don't drink. 

• No, thanks, it's just not me. 

• No, thanks. I've got to study later (or pick up a friend, or get up early, and so forth.) 

• No, thanks, I want to keep a clear head. 

• No, thanks, I usually end up embarrassing myself. 

• No. thanks, drinking makes me tired. 

• No. thanks, I'm on a diet. 

• No, thanks, I'm in training. 

• No. thanks, what elso have you got? 

• No, thanks. 

You may want to develop your own refusal skills, and more importantly, you may wish to get support from your friends, parents 
and teachers for saying "no." 

Being able to say "no" often takes courage and certainly shows that you value yourself, your relationship with your family, and 
that you are handling things in an adult manner. Asking for help is also a very mature thing to do. 

How do you say "no" to a drink'' 

Any way you want to!!! 

QUESTION AND ANSWERS 

Q. Of amphetamines, caffeine, methaqualone and methamphetamine, which is not a stimulant? 

A. Methaqualone is not a stimulant. This is a non-barbiturate, sleep-inducing drug called a "lude" or "sopor" on the street. 
Abuse can lead to convulsions or coma. 

Q. Of cigarettes, heroin, codeine, LSD or caffeine, which poses the greatest health hazard to the most people in the United 
States? 

A. Cigarettes. There are more than 50 million cigarette smokers in the United States. It is estimated that 300,000 deaths each year 
are related to tobacco use. Some of the long-term effects of smoking are emphysema, chronic bronchitis, heart disease and 
cancer of the lungs, mouth, larynx and esophagus. Women who smoke during pregnancy run the risk of having babies that 
weigh less, or of losing their babies through stillbirth or death after birth. Therefore, the health risks associated with tobacco 
are exceptionally high. 



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VOL. XLX, NO. 1 



SEPTEMBER, 1988 



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MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

July 29,1988 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at Barkley Lodge, Cadiz, Kentucky, on 
Friday, July 29, 1 988. The meeting was called to order at 8:30 
a.m. by President Frank Welch. Present were all Board 
Members, Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy 
v. Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid DeVries and Louis 
Stout. Also present were Earl Cox, Consultant for Corporate 
Sponsorships, Julian Tackett, Sports Information Director, 
Danny Reeves, K.H.S.A.A. Attorney and Harry Loy 
representing the State Department of Education. The 
Invocation was given by Sam Chandler, 

Tom Buchanan made the motion, seconded by Sam 
Chandler, that the minutes of the April 21 Board meeting be 
approved. The motion passed unanimously. 

President Welch gave a brief report on his attendance at 
the National Federation Meeting held in Kansas City, 
Missouri. Some items of concern discussed at the meeting 
were: states deviating from the National Federation rules will 
not be able to serve on rules' committees; the need for a 
budget; and the new Dreamers & Doers Program sponsored 
by Walt Disney. 

Grant Talbott made a motion that Tom Buchanan be 
elected President of the Board for the 1988-89 school year. 
Charlie Miller seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. Ken Tippett moved that Sam Chandler be 
elected Vice President. Grant Talbott seconded the motion. 
The motion carried unanimously. Mr. Welch then turned the 
meeting over to Mr. Buchanan. 

President Buchanan called on Mr. and Mrs. Michael Staley 
who had requested a hearing before the Board on behalf of 
their son, Jeff. Jeff had transferred from Scott High School to 
Covington Catholic High School and had been ruled 
ineligible to participate in interscholastic athletics for 36 
school weeks. Following a lengthy discussion thereof, 
Charles Henry made a motion that the ruling of the 
Commissioner be upheld in this case. Marvin Moore 
seconded the motion, which passed by a vote of 1 1 in favor 
and 1 opposed. 

The next appeal was presented by Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 
Hodge on behalf of their son, Jason, a student at Dixie Heights 
High School. The Commissioner had ruled Gordon ineligible 
to participate in athletics for 36 school weeks under By-Law 
6, Transfer Rule. Following Mr. and Mrs. Hodge's 
presentation and questions to them by the Board members. 
Pearl Ray LeFevers made a motion, seconded by Charlie 
Miller, that the Board waive the ruling of the Commissioner 
and declare Jason Hodge eligible immediately to represent 
Dixie Heights High School in interscholastic athletics. The 
motion passed by a vote of 7 in favor of the motion, and 3 
opposed. 

Sam Chandler made a motion that the Board go into 
Executive Session to discuss legal matters. Huston DeHaven 
seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously. 

Huston DeHaven made a motion, seconded by Tony 
dinger, that the Board return to Open Session. The motion 
passed. 

President Buchanan then called on representatives of the 
City of Louisville to present their bid for the 1990 and 1991 
Boys' State Basketball Tournament. Mike Detenber, Friends 



of Athletics, made the presentation. Also present were Lynn 
Ashton, Barry Strafacci and Marvin Holthouser. The City of 
Louisville presented their bid to hostthe tournament in 1990. 
Tom Minter, President of the Lexington Center Corporation, 
then presented Lexington's bid. Accompanying him were 
Jane Foley, Larry Ivy and Ralph Hacker, The City of Lexington 
presented their bid to host the tournament in 1991. 

The next bid was presented by Larry Ivy on behalf of the 
University of Kentucky to host the 1990 and 1991 Girls' State 
Basketball Tournaments in Lexington at Memorial Coliseum, 

The meeting was recessed for Lunch until 1:30 p.m. 

President Buchanan called on the Bowling Green 
delegation to present their bid for the Girls' Tournament 
Horace Shrader, Bowling Green-Warren County Tourist 
Convention Commission made the presentation. Also present 
were Alisia Stivers, David Towell, Bonnie Hall and Pam 
Herriford. 

Frankfort's delegation was called next for their bid proposal 
to host the Girls' Tournament in 1990 and 1991. Making the 
presentation was Pat Badgett, Executive Director, Frankfort- 
Franklin County Chamber of Commerce. Also present were 
Sandi Barnes and Ken Badgett. 

Commissioner Mills then presented an appeal on behalf of 
Sherry Cline which had been held over from the April Board 
Meeting in order that the Commissioner could ascertain 
further information in this case. Following Mr. Mills' 
presentation of the information he had obtained from the 
State of Minnesota, Charlie Miller made a motion, seconded 
by Charles Henry, that the ruling of the Commissioner as it 
pertains to By-Law 3, Age, be upheld in this case. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Following a discussion of By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, as it 
was changed at the April meeting of the Delegate Assembly to 
include both foreign and domestic students, Charles Henry 
made a motion that students enrolling in grades 9-12 prior to 
the opening of the 1 988-89 school year be subject to the old 
transfer rule. Tony dinger seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. For further clarification, students who 
enroll in grades 9-1 2 during the 1988-89 school year or any 
school year thereafter shall be subject to the new regulation. 

Commissioner Mills advised the Board that Red Bird High 
School has changed from a public school under the 
jurisdiction of the Leslie County Board of Education to a 
private school. Following a discussion of a request from 
Leslie County High School to allow Red Bird High School 
students to participate in athletics without loss of eligibility. 
Pearl Ray LeFevers made a motion that the Board allow a 
one-time waiver to the students to make a move from Red Bird 
High School to Leslie County. Huston DeHaven seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

The Board then discussed a request from Mr. Bill Warfield 
on behalf of his daughter, Kimberly, to allow her to participate 
in interscholastic athletics during the 1989-90 school year 
rather than the 1988-89 school year due to an injury 
sustained at basketball camp this summer. Following Mr. 
Mills' presentation on behalf of Mr. Warfield, Sam Chandler 
made a motion that the Board grant Kimberly Warfield an 
extra year of eligibility, David Points seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

President Buchanan introduced State Board of Education 
members Dr. Clay Parks, Mr. W. D, Kelly and Judge Robert 
Ruberg. They attended the Board meeting to answer 
questions and discuss concerns of both Boards with regard 
to para-professionals, legislation and the medical sys- 
posiums. 

Minutes of the Board continued on Page 2. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1988 



SEPTEMBER, 1988 V0LXLX,N0.2 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926. 
Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Tom Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville; Vice- 
President - Sam Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville; Directors 
- Sandy Allen (1988-1992) Louisville, Huston DeHaven (1987- 

1991) Hardinsburg, Charles Henry (1988-1992) 
Paducah, Pearl Ray Lefevers (1988-1992) Kettle Island, 
Charles Miller (1986-1990) Louisville, Marvin Moore (1988- 

1992) Morehead, Tony Olinger (1984-1989) Lexington, 
David Points (1988-1991) Mt. Sterling, Ken Tippett (1985- 
1989) Versailles, Liz Trabandt (1988-1991) Ashland: State 
Department of Education - Harry Loy, Frankfort. 

Subscription Rate $10.00 per year 

Minutes of the Board continued from Page 1 

President Buchanan appointed the following committees: 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Sam Chandler, Chairman, Liz Trabandt, V. Chairman, Huston 
DeHaven, Charlie Miller, Ken Tippett, Tom Buchanan. 

ALL— SPORTS COMMITTEE 

Tony Olinger. Chairman, C.K. Henry, V. Chairman, Pearl Ray 
Lefevers, Sandy Allen, Marvin Moore, Sam Chandler. 

BASKETBALL COMMITTEE 

Ken Tippett, Chairman, David Points, V. Chairman, Huston 
DeHaven, Tom Buchanan, Liz Trabandt, Pearl Ray Lefevers. 

EAST ELIG. COMMITTEE 

Pearl Ray Lefevers, Chairman, Tony Olinger, V. Chairman, 
Marvin Moore, David Points, Ken Tippett, Liz Trabandt 

FOOTBALL COMMITTEE 

Charlie Miller, Chairman, Marvin Moore, V. Chairman, Tony 
Olinger, Sandy Allen, C.K. Henry, David Points. 

WEST ELIG. COMMITTEE 

Huston DeHaven. Chairman, Sandy Allen, V. Chairman, Tom 
Buchanan, Sam Chandler, C.K. Henry, Charlie Miller. 

Commissioner Mills distributed the 1988-89 Working 
Budget for the Board's discussion and questions. It was 
suggested that approval of the Budget be voted on in October. 

Commissioner Mills presented written requests from 
Principal Larry Gritton, Oneida Baptist Institute and from 
William J. Meers, representing the Educational Foundation, to 
set aside By-Law 6, Transfer Rule as it relates to all students 
(foreign and domestic) who change schools after entering 
grade nine. Following a lengthy discussion of these requests. 



Charles Henry made a motion that the Board uphold the 
decision of the Delegate Assembly as it relates to Foreign 
Exchange Students. David Points seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills then introduced the "Dreamers and 
Doers Program" to the Board members. It is being initiated 
and supported by Walt Disney Productions and the National 
Federation of High School Activities. The purpose of the 
program is to recognize and award students in each state. 
Charles Miller made a motion, seconded by Charles Henry 
that Kentucky participate in this program and inform the 
National Federation of such. The motion passed un- 
animously. 

A discussion ensued regarding the status of the "Target" 
Program in Kentucky. Commissioner Mills advised the Board 
that the Kick-Off for the Target Program is scheduled to be 
held in Somerset on August 31 providing funds are available. 
He encouraged all Board members to attend if possible. 

It was announced that Sandy Allen had won the toss of a 
coin and will serve a four-year term (1 988-1 992) on the Board 
of Control. Liz Trabandt will serve a three-year term 
(1988-1991). 

Commissioner Mills then read a letter he had received from 
Fayette County Athletic Director Jim Komara requesting a 
waiver of By-Law 8 to permit ninth grade students to play on 
independent teams before trying out for a junior high team. 
Following a lengthy discussion of this request, Tony Olinger 
moved that Fayette County ninth grade students who are 
playing on a team in grades 9-12 be allowed to play on a fall 
independent team but that they be permitted to play on one 
team at a time. Charlie Miller seconded the motion. The 
motion failed by a vote of 11-1. 

Ken Tippett made a motion that the Board go into Closed 
Session to discuss legal matters. Sam Chandler seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously. Ken Tippett moved 
that the Board return to Open Session. David Points 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously. Ken 
Tippett then moved that the Board adjourn for lunch and Sam 
Chandler seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 

Following a lunch recess the meeting was called back to 
order by President Tom Buchanan and he opened the 
meeting with the Invocation. 

Commissioner Mills stated that for the interpretation of 
By-Law 6, Foreign Exchange Students will be eligible to 
participate in interscholastic athletics during the 1988-89 
school year if their application for transfer was signed before 
July 1, 1988, 

At the April 21, 1988 Board meeting, requests by Bath 
County and Powell County High Schools to move to other 
basketball districts and regions were approved. However, 
following a discussion of that decision, Marvin Moore made a 
motion that both Bath County High School and Powell County 
High School be returned to their original districts and regions. 
Sandy Allen seconded the motion which passed by a vote of 7 
in favor and 3 opposed. 

A list of all State Association football starting practice dates 
and first game dates was then distributed for the Board's 
information. 

Following a lengthy discussion regarding the bids 
submitted to the Board for the site of the Girls 1 990 and 1 991 
State Basketball Tournaments, David Points made a motion 
that the tournament be awarded to Bowling Green in 1990 
and to Frankfort in 1991. Ken Tippett seconded the motion. 
The motion passed by a vote of 9 in favor and opposed. 

Following a discussion of the bids submitted for the site of 
the Boys 1990 and 1991 State Basketball Tournaments, Ken 
Tippett made a motion that all bids be rejected and be 
advertised again. Huston DeHaven seconded the motion. The 
motion failed by a vote of 1 1 opposed. 

Charlie Miller then made a motion that Louisville be 
awarded the Boys Basketball Tournament for 1 990. Pearl Ray 

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PAGE THREE 



Minutes of the Board continued from Page 2 

Lefevers seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote 
of 1 1 in favor. 

Sandy Allen then made a motion that we accept 
Lexington's bid contingent upon their addressing the bid list 
specifications, comparable room rates and novelty rights. 
Marvin Moore seconded the motion which failed by a vote of 2 
in favor of the motion and 7 opposed. 

Sam Chandler then made a motion that the Board postpone 
making a decision on setting the site for the 1991 Boys 
Basketball Tournament pending further clarification of points 
of concern that will be listed. Charlie Miller seconded the 
motion. The motion carried by a vote of 11 in favor. 

Huston DeHaven moved that the staff furnish a report for 
the October meeting which will compare projected receipts 
from a 20,000 seat arena to a 15,000 seat arena based on 
present ticket prices. Charles Henry seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

President Tom Buchanan called on Billy Wise for any 
miscellaneous items for discussion. Mr. Wise reported that 
the State Board of Education overturned the ruling of the 
Board regarding Keen Babbage. Coach Babbage had been 
suspended for two games for violation of By-Law 1 , Section 8 
and By-Law 17 but was totally exonerated by the State Board 
of Education. 

Mr. Wise then requested that Magoffin County High School 
be allowed to participate in football championship 
competition beginning with the 1989-1990 school year 
provided they play every team within their district. They will be 
placed in Class AA, Region IV, District II. Charles Henry made 
a motion to accept Mr. Wise's recommendation as stated. 
Huston DeHaven seconded the motion which carried 
unanimously. 

The Board was advised that a representative of the Track 
Committee will appear before them at the November Board 
meeting to discuss the possibility of scheduling the state track 
meet as a two-day event. 

Ken Tippett made a motion, seconded by Sandy Allen, that 
supplementary game equipment may be used for the 1988 
football season provided that both coaches have agreed on 
the use of such equipment. The motion carried unanimously. 

Marvin Moore made a motion, seconded by Pearl Ray 
Lefevers, that Kentucky high school football teams having 
partially deaf or totally deaf players be permitted to use a drum 
on the sideline two yards beyond the boundary line on the line 
of scrimmage, to establish cadence for the snap count, 
following the referee's declaring the ball ready for play. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Following a lengthy discussion regarding disqualification 
of players in any sport. David Points made a motion that any 
player or coach who is disqualified from any sport for 
unsportsmanlike conduct be suspended for a minimum of 
one game. Marvin Moore seconded the motion. The motion 
carried. It was noted that all principals and coaches would be 
notified of this change prior to the start of the fall sports 
season. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control is scheduled to be 
held atthe K.H.S.A.A. Office Building, Lexington, on Saturday, 
October 15, 1988, at 9:00 a.m. Any appeals hearings will be 
held on Friday, October 14, at 2:00 p.m. 

Following a discussion on the proposed Soccer Alignment 
forthe 1988-89 school year, Marvin Moore moved, seconded 
by Charlie Miller that the proposed alignment be approved 
and that sites for tournament play be rotated between districts 
and regions on an odd and even year basis. All members 
voted aye. 

Charlie Miller moved, seconded by Charles K. Henry that 
the Cross Country alignment be approved as submitted for 
the 1988-89 school year. The motion carried unanimously. 

The Board instructed the Commissioner to survey the 
member schools to determine their interest on the following 
proposed changes: 

1 ) Changing the distance from the present 3,000 meters to 
4,000 meters in girls cross country. 



2) Change size of Softball from 1 2" to 1 1 " for the girls 
Softball program. 

3) Changing from the present girls slow pitch Softball 
program to a fast pitch program. 

Marvin Moore moved, seconded by Tony dinger, that the 
office adopt a procedure for compiling football officials 
ratings similar to that used for basketball officials for the past 
two seasons. The motion passed unanimously. 

Charlie Miller moved that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning April 1, 1988 and ending July 31, 1988, be 
approved. Pearl Ray Lefevers seconded the motion and it 
passed unanimously. 

There being no further business, Huston DeHaven made a 
motion thatthe meeting be adjourned. Liz Trabandt seconded 
the motion, which carried unanimously. 



CORRECTED 

1988 State Tennis Championships 
Team Scoring 




GIRLS 

Sacred Heart 14 

Highlands 8 

Lone Oak 8 

Henderson County ... 8 

Henry Clay 7 

Model 6 

Ky. Country Day 6 

Sayre 5 

Bowling Green 5 

Middlesboro 4 

Elizabethtown 3 

Eastern 3 

Bourbon County .... 2 

Atherton 2 

Bullitt Central 2 

Daviess County 2 

Doss 2 

Mason County 2 

Notre Dame 2 

Pulaski County 1 

Calloway County .... 1 

Paul Blazer 1 

Male 

Meade County 

Beechwood 

Collegiate 

Grayson County 

Russell 

Southern 



BOYS TEAM PLAY-OFF SCORES 

#1 Singles: 

Bryan Minton/St. Xavier def. Steve Mather/Trinity 

(6-4)(4-6) Retired 



BOYS 

St. Xavier 17 

Trinity (Louisville) ... 15 

Henderson County ... 7 

Lone Oak 6 

North Hardin 6 

Owensboro Catholic . . 6 

Dixie Heights 4 

Eastern 4 

Franklin County 4 

Scott County 4 

Bowling Green 3 

Male 3 

Sayre 3 

Shelby County 3 

Boyd County 2 

Christian County .... 2 

Covington Catholic . . 2 

Fort Knox 2 

Hart County 2 

Montgomery County ... 2 

Paducah Tilghman ... 1 

Southern 

Danville 

Western 

Fairdale 

Cumberland 



Steve Reuff/Trinity 



#2 Singles: 

def, David Mahan/St. Xavier 

(6-4) (6-3) 

#1 Doubles 

Chris Bohnert/St. Xavier def. Chad McRae/Trinity 

Cinton Glasscock Travis Raque 

(6-3) (6-1) 

#2 Doubles 

Ray Shea/St. Xavier def. Brandon Bowlds/Tnnity 

Brice Brown Brad Warren 

(By Default) 



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DANVILLE - CLASS A GIRLS 
Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 28, 1988 




Front Row (L to R): Sharon Woods, Vickie Alcorn, Orenda Burgess, Susan Ranl<in, Debbie Finke, Coach E.G. Plummer. Second 
Row: Kelsha Tillman, IVIonica Clark, Kenda Tompkins, Joy Jenkins. 



Girls' Class A 

100 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Kaisha Tillman, Danvills, 1S.S1 

2. Chnslet Busssll, Nicholas CounTy, 16.11 

3. Michelle Ray, Ballard Memorial, 16.63 
•1. Renea Perkins, Bishoo Srassart, 16.77 

5. Valerie Hamilton. Wasnmgton County. 16.97 

6. iCana CosDy, Providence, 17.57 

100 Meter Dash 

1. Serena Winkdeld, Frankfort. 12.35 

2. Orenda Burgess, Oanvills, 12.46 

3. Virgie Oiilingham, Madison, 12.65 

4. Meredith Kirkland, Harlan, 12.86 

5. Stacey Schowalter, Dayton, 13.05 

6. Wandy Pnddy, Heath, 13.52 



800 Meter Relay 



. Danville. 1:46.50 

2. 'vlurrjv. ; ^?,95 

3. BisnoD Erossart. 1:49.66 

4. Providence, 1:49.57 

5. Somerset. 1:50.47 

6. Ludlow. 1:51.36 

1600 Meter Run 

1. Stephanie Edgar, Dayton, 5:14.26 

2. Denrse Schank, St. Henry, 5:19.80 

3. Lasenna Powell, Providence, 5:20.61 

4. Adrianne Mason. Providence. 5:24.9 

5. Debbie Finke, Danville, 5:31.5 

6. Kathy Bowen, Fairview, 5:33.4 

400 Meter Relay 

1. Danville. 51.24 

2. Madison, 5i-43 

3. Murray, 51.95 

4. Bishop Brossart. 52.41 

5. Heath, 52. 6^- 

6. Dayton. 52.91 

400 Meter Dash 

1. Serena Winkiield, Frankfort, 57.20 

2. Tawanna Jones. Providence, 59.55 

3. Renee Perkins. Bishop Brossart, 1:00.61 

4. Gayla Hay, West Hopkins, 1:02.88 

5. Sharon Woods, Danville, 1:03.45 

6. Christie Yeast. Harrodsburg, 1:04.0 



300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. Keisha Tillman. Danville, 47.70 

2. Michelle Ray, Ballard Memorial, 48.65 



3. Sherri Rauh. Believue, 49.12 

4. Azelia Browning, Harrodsburg, 49. S9 

5. Barbara Eldndge, Evarts, 50.54 

6. Karen Pichotta, Bisnop Brossart, 50.38 

800 Meter Run 

1. Adrianne Mason. Providence, 2:21.99 

2. Lasenna Powell, °ravidence. 2:26.38 

3. Catherine Hancock. Frankfort, 2:27.31 

4. Susan Rankin, Danville, 2:28.25 

5. Debbie Fmke, Danville, 2:30.10 

6. Lisa Rauch, Bisnop Brossart, 2:33.8 

200 Meter Dash 

1. Serena Wmkfield, Frankfort. 25. 6S 

2. Rodin Minter, Madtson, 26.43 

3. Virgio Dillingham. Madison, 28.77 

4. Tara Bennett. South Hopkins, 27.20 

5. Michelle Throgmorton. Heath, 27.22 

6. Stacey Schowalter, Dayton, 27.49 

3200 Meter Run 

1. Amy Clements, St. Henry, 1 1:40.63 

2. Kathy Bowen, Fairview, 11:56.97 

3. Stephanie Edgar, Dayton, 12:13.5 

4. Susan Rankin, Danville, 12:20.73 

5. DanaTingler. Raceland. 12:29.90 

6. Debbie Fmke, Danville, 12:37.56 

1600 Meter Relay 

1- Providence. 4-09.01 

2. Bishop Brossart. 4:09.72 

3. Harrodsburg, 4:20.13 
-. Scmerser. --23. i9 

5. Ludlow. 4:25. 17 

6. West Hopkins, 4:28.65 

Shot Put 

1. Kjm Johnson, Harlan, 36'1.50 

2. Pam Leeth. Williamsburg, 35'0.50 

3. Michelle Metcalfe. Ludlow, 33"2-50 

4. Wanda Woodard. Todd County Central, 33'2.50 

5. Stephanie Key. Todd County Central, 31*10 

6. Melissa Knight, Fleming-Neon, 31'6 

Discus 

1. Kim Johnson. Harlan, 107'3 

2. Jenny Swope, Believue, 105"9 

3. Katina Brooks, Providence, 98'0 

4. Ruth Mounce, Williamsburg, 97'7 

5. Jackie Estes, Heath, 92'5 

6. Tammy Wilson, Believue, 9l'10 



Long Jump 

1. Michelle flay, Ballard Memorial, 16'8 

2. Lisa Hockensmith. Central Ky. Christian, 16'5 

3. Ann Greenfield, Murray, 1S'9.S0 

4. Deidre Graves, Sardstown, 15"7 

5. Chnstel Busseii, Nicholas County, 15'3.75 

6. Kathy Meehan, Dilce Combs, 14'7 

High Jump 

1. Michelle Throgmorton. Heath, 5'4 

2. Deann Schroeder, Bishop Brossart, 5'3 

3. Holly Walker, South Hopkins, 5'2 

4. Robin Minter, Madrson, 5'1 

5. Amy Revis, Jenkins, 4'10 

6. Lucy Miller, Harlan, 4"8 



Girls' Class A Team Totals 

Danville 63.00 

Providence 57.00 

Bishop Brossart 3S.0O 

Frankfort 36.00 

Madison 32.00 

Harlan 2S.C0 

Ballard Memorial 24.00 

Dayton 20.00 

Murray 20.00 

St. Henry 18.00 

Heath 17.00 

Bsllavua IS.OO 

Williamsburg 12.00 

Harrodsburg 11.00 

Nicholas County 10.00 

South Hoptcms 10.00 

Fairview 9.00 

Ludlow 9.00 

Central Kv. Christian S.OO 

Somerset 6,uO 

Todd County Central 6.00 

West Hopkins S.OO 

Bardstown 4.00 

Evarts 2.00 

Jenkins 2.00 

Raceland 2.00 

Washington County 2.00 

Dilce Combs 1.00 

Fleming-Neon 1.00 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1988 



PAGE FIVE 



DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS A BOYS 
Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 28, 1988 




Front Row (L to R): Ed Wilhite, Chris Hamilton, Coach E.G. Plummer, Joe Gann, Marzell Penix, Krista Doherty. Second Row: 
Coach Myron (Poochie), Vince Pennington, Tim McDaniel, Michael Brown, Tom Bauer, Troy McCowan, Jonetta Chenault. Back 
Row: Donnie Reed, Jamie, Wayne, John Shannon, Roy Air, Vince Whitehead, Clark Walker, Chris Grey, John Hart. 



Boys' Class A 

110 Meter High Hurdles 



1. Stave aattersneil, Newport Central Cainolic, 

14.66 

2. Terry Yeast, Harrodsburg. 15.15 

3. Tyrone Graves, Bardstown, 15.23 

d, Josft Andrews. Crittenden County. 18.33 

5. Smotcey Ma|ors, Hartan, i6.S3 

6. Tayior Colby, Wayiield, 16.7S 

100 Meter Dash 

1. Troy McCowan, Danville, 1 1.03 

2. Tim Cornett, Williamsburg, 11.18 

3. Bryan Reed. Bath Count v, 11.25 

d. Marc Mumphrey, Carroll County, 1 1,32 

5. Ronnie Moss, Crittenden County, 1 1.56 

6. Rod Taylor, Jenkins, i i.S9 

1600 Meter Run 

1. _orn Stress. Berea. --25. Cd 

2. £.; Wf iinne. Danvi::e •;.2S.65 

3. - J-- Mnir. -atian, ^ :o.r? 

A. ^a\' Ei?acn. Carro;l Couniy, •1:34.05 

5. Sn Sunaaram, Pamisville, 4:35.20 

6. Jeremy Lile, West Hopkins. 4:39.2 

400 Meter Relay 

1. Danville. 44,01 

2. Sarastown. 44.33 

3. Paris, 44.65 

4. Mavtieid, 44.87 

5. Bath County. 45.10 

6. PiWeville. 45.35 

400 Meter Oash 

1. Goldie Taylor. Mayfieid, 49.2 

2. Travis McGuire. Harrortsburg, 49.5 

3. John Shannon, Danville, 50.3 

4. Andy Beutel, Ludlow, 50.4 

5. Thomas Oldfield, Bath County, SO.S 

6. Stove Underwood. Harlan, 51.3 

300 Meter Int. Hurdles 

1. Vince Whitehead, Danville. 39.95 

2. Coug Roberts, Pikevdie, 40.23 

3. Tyrone Graves. Bardstown, 40.60 

4. Taylor Colby, Maytield, 41.73 

5. Steve Batteishell. Newport Central Catholic, 41. J 

6. Wes Turnbo, Owen County, 42.57 

800 Meter Run 

1. Marc Estep, Harlan, l;S9.21 

2. Ed Wilhite. Danville. 2:01.26 

3. Paul Willts, Bath County, 2:01.68 

4. Steve Underwood, Harlan. 2:02.12 

5. W. J. Hardin, Southwest Christian, 2:03.05 

6. Andy Beutel. Ludlow. 2:03.85 



200 Meter Oash 

1, Bryan Reed, Bath County. 22. 6S 
1. Terry Veast, Harrodsburg, 22.65 

3. Larry Harris. Pans. 22.67 

4. Troy McCowan, Danvule, 22.70 

5. Lanny Shank lin, Todd County Central, 23.11 

6. Philip West,"Russellville..23.7l 

3200 Meter Run 

1. John Struss, Berea, 9:45.59 

2. Ed Wilhite. Danville, 9:58.62 

3. Don Roby, Evarts, 10:11.38 

4. Bobby Felt. Maytield, 10:12.83 

5. Jeremy Lile. West Hopkins, 10:20.0 

6. John Mink, Harlan. 10:38.4 

1600 Meter Relay 

1. Harrodsburg, 3:25.88 

2. Ludlow, 3:25.98 

3. Harlan, 3:27.97 

4. Mayfield, 3:29.51 

5. Danville, 3:30.72 

6. Russellvilte, 3:31.67 

Shot Put 

1. Brent Chumbley, Pans. 49'8 

2. Jerrv Herron, Williamsburg, 48'9 

3. Randy Meredith. Edmonson County, 47'1 

4. Michael Brown. Danville. 46"e 

5. Les Leicrt. Betievue. 46'6 

5. Benny Simpson, Harlan, 45'4 

Discus 

t. Brent Chumbley, Pans. t42"3 

2. Cuincey Browner, Caverna, 139"S 

3. Tom Bauer, Danville, 13S'4 

4. Ted Robinson, Ballard Memorial, I3ri0 

5. Jamey Neltner. Newport Central Catholic, 130'4 

6. Matt Berhow, Maytield, 128'6 

Pole Vault 

1. Beau Brown, Mayfield, 12' 

2. Sean Weaver. Newport Central Catholic, 12" 

3. William York, Edmonson County, 12" 

4. Jason King, Serea, 1 1'6 

5. Doug Leopold. Bellevue, 11'6 

6. Danny Moore. Harrodsburg. 11 '6 

Triple Jump 

1. Tyrone Graves, Bardstown, 47'1 1 

2. Marc Mumphrey. Carroll County, 46"1 

3. Jim Hornbuckle. Murray, 44"8.S 

4. Micquel Yates, Harrodsburg, 44*5.5 

5. Jamie Jones, Heath. 42'2.25 

6. Rob Lyons, Oneida Baptist Institute, 41'3 



Long Jump 

1. Tyrone Graves, Bardstown, 23*4.75 

2. Marc Mumphrey, Carroll County, 22'5 

3. John Shannon, Danville, 2l'5 

4. Ryan Jones, Bath County, 21'4 

5. Philip West, Russellville. 20'4 

6. Brennan Royalty, Jenkins. 20'3 

High Jump 

1. Damon Tignor, Onerda Baptist Institute, 6'7 

2. Brennan Toyalty. Jenkins. 6'4 

3. Micquel Yates, Harrodsburg, 6'4 

4. James Tinker. Bardstown. 6'4 

5. Jim Hornbuckle, Murray, 6'2 

6. Ryan Jones, Bath County, 6" 



Boys' Class A Teapi Totals 




OanviUs 


82.00 


Harrodsburg 


48.00 


Sardstown 


44,00 


Uayfiald 


38.00 


Parts 


32.00 


Harlan 


3t.00 


Bath County 


30.00 


Berea 


24.00 


Carroll County 


24.00 


Newport Central Catholic 


22.00 


Wiltiamst>urg 


16.00 


Ludlow 


13.00 


Edmonson County 


12.00 


Oneida Baptist Institute 


11.00 


Jenhins 


10.00 


Pikeville 


9.00 


Caverna 


8.00 


Murray 


8.00 


Crittenden Countv 


6.C0 


Evans 


6.C0 


Ballard Memorial 


4.00 


Bellevue 


4,00 


Russellville 


4,00 


West Hopkins 


3.00 


Heath 


2.00 


Paintsville 


2.00 


Southwest Christian 


2.00 


Todd County Central 


2.00 


Owen County 


1,00 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1988 



FORT CAMPBELL HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS AA GIRLS 
Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 28, 1988 




Front Row (L to R): Melinda Goodman, Michele Caro, Kelsie Hill, Dewanna Bandy, Llla Vaughn. Second Row: Yolanda Parker, 
Kim Haluski, Sonova Farrow, Stephanie Gatewood, Collen McDowell. 



Girls' Class AA 

100 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Scrioena Thomas. L&rue Countv. 15.0 

2. Taralvn Esttndgo. FciKnoK. T5.3 

3. Monica Franxman. Simon Kenlon, iS.S 
•i. Fatfow Sonova. Fori Campbell, i 5.7 
5. Beverly Sunton. Warren East. 15.7 

3. Missy Adams, Scoit. i6.3 

100 Meter Oash 

1. 3obbi Jefferson, Paducah Tdghman. 12.10 

2. Kim Peters, aourbon County. 12.75 

3. Erica Muskgrow, Calloway County, 12.75 
■1. Dee Dee War ri eld. B our Don County, 12.39 

5, Gma Ford. Simon Kenlon, 13.05 

6. Pauiette Henry, Green County, 13.13 

800 Meter Relay 



1. 



■I^nrr 



2. -:■: :aricre'i. " -i-i 36 

3. Bourcon County. i:a8.43 

4. Harrison County, 1:43.51 

5. Fort Knox, i:S0.62 

6. NewDort. 1:51.77 

1600 Meter Run 

1. Krisien Eg wards. Warren East, 5.23.14 

2. Tricia Tyler, Tngg Countv. 5:31.39 

3. Katnieen Lewis, Elizadeintown, 5:32.66 

4. Micfielle Bumpous. Western Hills, 5:38,3 

5. Pam Barker. West Carter. 5:38.99 

6. Melissa Simms, Russeil, 5:39. i 7 

400 Meter Relay 

1. Paducan Tilghman. 49.57 

2. Fori Campbell, 50.30 

3. Fori Knox, 51.53 

4. Harrrson County, 52.37 

5. Green County, 52.99 

6. Mason County, 53.13 

400 Meter Dash 

1. Micneile Wilson, BuHitt East, 57.67 

2. Enca Muskgrow, Calloway County. 58.64 

3. Oee Oee Warfield, Bourbon County, 59.1 

4. Debbi McGee, Tngg County. 1:00.0 

5. Ho bin Cool, East Carter, i:0i.75 

6. Cathy Barnes, Harrison County, 1:02.92 

300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. Michelle Wilson. Bullitt East, 45.46 

2. ScPioene Thomas, Larue County, 46.58 

3. Beverly Bunton. Warren East, 46.89 

4. Monica Franxman, Simon Kenlon, 48.38 

5. Farrow Sonova, Fort Camobell. 48.40 

6. Lisa Wilcox, Whitesburg, 49.26 



800 Meter Run 

1. Kathleen Lewis. Elizabeth town, 2:26.44 

2. Holly Townsend. Webster County. 2:27,96 

3. Pam Barner. West Carter. 2:27.98 

4. Michelle Jones, Fort Knox, 2:28.43 

5. Michelle Caro, Fort Campbell, 2:32.5 

6. Karen Mannoney, Harrison County, 2:32.7 

200 Meter Dash 

1. Bo bbi Jefferson, Paducah Tilghman, 25.47 

2. Debbi McGee. Tngg County, 25,80 

3. Michelle Wilson, BuiNll East, 26.17 

4. Dee Oee Warfield. Bourbon County, 28.28 

5. Kim Peters, Bourbon County, 26.36 

6. Develyn Sargent. Harrison County, 27.05 

3200 Meter Run 

1. Knsten Edwardsn. Warren East, l 1 :53.1 

2. Shondra Cates. Whites burg, 12:32.7 

3. Kim Haluski, Fort CampDell, 12:35.5 

4. Meiissa Simms. Russell, l 2:55.5 

5. Brandi Jones, Western Hills, i 3: 16.7 

6. Stacey Myerhoss. Lloyd Memorial. 13.44.7 

1600 Meter Relay 

1. Fort CjmDDell, 4-13-70 

2. Simon Kentan, 4.1 5.57 

J. Harr-son Countv, 4 l?,*^ 

4. '.Vecs'.er CO'jn;v - Z2.Z~ 

5. Russeil. 4 ZZ.-iS 

6. Fort Knox. 4:25. 14 

Shot Put 

1. Kim Jones. Clay County. 35'6 

2. Julie Magrane, Rowan County, 35'2 

3. Tracv Childress. Barren County, 34'0.5 

4. Angel Walker, Newoort. 3l'3 

5. Misti Phillips. Barren County, 30'0.5 

6. Lisa Philllips. Larue County, 30' 

Discus 

1. Julie Magrane, Rowan County. 132'5 

2. Cyndi Frost. Newport. 103'6 

3. Kim Jones. Clay County, 107'4 

4. Patty Call. Fort Knox, 106'3 

5. Becky Vincent. Lawrence County, 105'3 

6. Angie Smith, Western Hills. 102'7 

Long Jump 

1. Erica Muskgrow, Calloway County, l 7'7 

2. Schoene Thomas. Larue County. 17"3.25 

3. Angie Baltimore, CawooO. 16"9.25 

4. Volanda Parker, Fort Campbell. 16"3 

5. Chris O'Brien, Highlands. 15'10.75 

6. Rachel Niece. Whitesburg, 15"8.25 



High Jump 

1. Beverly Bunion, Warren East. 5"9 

2. Lauren Cammack, Harrison County, 5'8 

3. Veronica Cook, Franklin-Simpson. 5'3 
3. Cathy Barnes, Harrison County, 5'3 

5. Glenna Easterling. Russell. 5'3 

6. Michelle Moore, Owensboro Catholic, 4'8 
6. Marcie Kellev. Mason County, 4'8 

6. Vickie Pennington. Leslie County. 4'8 



Girls' Class AA Team Totals 

Fort Campoeil 4*. 00 

Paducah Tilghman 40.00 

Warren East 35.00 

Bourbon County 30.00 

Harrison County 30.00 

Larue County 27.00 

Bullitt East 26.00 

Fort Knox 25.00 

CatlQway County 24.00 

Simon Kenton 20.00 

Trigg County 20.00 

Rowan County 18. CO 

ClayCouniy 16.00 

Elizabethtown 16.00 

Newport 13.00 

Webster County 12.00 

Whitesbura lO.oO 
Russell 9.00 

E jrren C; jniv 8.09 

West Carter 8.00 

Western H.:ls 7.00 

Cawood 6. CO 

Franklin-Simpson 5.00 

Green County 3.00 

East Carter 2.00 

Highlands 2.00 

Lawrence County 2.00 

Mason County 1.33 

Lloyd Memorial i.OO 

Scott 1.00 

Leslie County 0.33 

Owensboro Catholic 0.33 



From The Commissioner's Office Kl@7i 



FOOTBALL SCHOOLS REMINDED TO SUBMIT STATISTICS REPORTS 

With six more playing weeks in the season, it is important for high school 
football teams to remember to submit the statistics report to this office so 
that deserving individuals can be recognized by the media and potentially, by 
collegiate officials. The forms were mailed to the Athletic Directors, to be 
forwarded to the person in charge of the school's football statistics. Thus 
far, we have received nearly a 50% response. This is tremendous in light of 
the fact that this is a new undertaking by this office. Please continue to 
respond. 

OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

Now that the 1988 season is half over, many schools have begun work on 1989 
schedules with consideration for two year contracts to cover the remainder of 
the alignment period (1989 and 1990). With this in mind, please submit your 
open dates to this office so that we may again compile a list to assist you in 
scheduling. Please submit these open dates in writing and include 1) the game 
date desired, 2) 1989 site desired if you have a preference, and 3) a contact 
name and daytime phone number. We will publish the list beginning with the 
October issue. 

Week Three (Sept 8), 1989 - Perry Meridian High School in Indianapolis is 
seeking a game with a Kentucky school. They are Indiana Class 5A 
(approximately 1500 students, top three grades). Desire home game in 
1989, road game in 1990. Contact Noah Ellis, (317)882-4229. 

OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 
Bardstown High School needs Boys' Basketball games for 1988-89 on November 

29, December 16, January 17, and February 21. Contact Garnis Martin 

(502)348-5913. 
Bullitt East needs a girls and boys varsity team for its Tip-Off Tournament 

to be held December 1, 2 and 3. Interested teams should contact Keith 

Collins (502)538-7322. 
North Bullitt needs girls games on 12/6/88, 1/3/89, 1/31/89, and 2/23/89. 

Interested schools should contact Phil Berry, (502)957-2187. 
Pikeville needs boys games December 23 through January 2, home or away, 

would consider tournament. Also need game on February 21. Contact Ken 

Trivette, A.D. 
Frederick Fraize needs boys' basketball games for November 15 and 29, 

December 2 and 6, preferably at home. Also open at January 6, 27 and 

31, and February 7, 17, 20 and 24. Contact Bob Geoghegan, 

(502)788-3388. 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1988-89 

With the enforcement of the NCAA Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 

important to keep up with the test dates for the American College Testing 

Assessment (ACT test). For this school year, the schedule is as follows: 

Test Date Regular Postmark Deadline Late Deadl ine 

10/22/88 09/23/88 10/11/88 

12/10/88 11/11/88 11/29/88 

02/11/89 01/13/89 01/31/89 

04/15/89 03/17/89 04/04/89 

06/10/89 05/12/89 05/30/89 



A STATEMENT FROM THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

In light of several questions which have arisen, there seems to be a 
misconception in some areas, as to the purpose, structure, duties, and powers of 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Association (K.H.S.A.A.) Frequently it is said 
by the news media, laymen and school people that the K.H.S.A.A. said something, 
or did, did not, will or will not do something. What does this mean? What is 
the K.H.S.A.A.? The inference of such statements is that the Association is a 
small group of individuals in Lexington, imposing and dictating their policy to 
all involved in interscholastic athletics. Nothing is further from the truth. 

In 1917 a group of educators met to discuss the growing problems of athletics. 
The eighteen schools represented were the charter members of the K.H.S.A.A. 
Since that time the number has increased to include all the accredited high 
schools who desire to join. All schools, be they public, private or parochial 
who join the Association agree to abide by the same set of rules. In 1936-37 
there were 572 members but consolidation of schools has caused the number to 
decrease to 291 in 1987-88. The Constitution and By-Laws adopted at that time 
stated that "The object shall be the development, regulation and purification of 
the athletic activities in this state." 

The structure of the Association has not changed, in general, since its 
inception. Each school joins the Association annually through its principal. 
The Constitution and By-Laws, and changes thereto, are determined by the Delegate 
Assembly at an annual meeting. This group is composed of one representative for 
each of the sixty-four basketball districts elected by the Board Appointed 
Representative of the schools in the district, a representative of the Kentucky 
High School Coaches Association, a representative of the Kentucky Girls Sports 
Association, and a representative of the Kentucky High School Athletic Directors 
Association. 

The Board of Control is composed of 12 members, which includes, pursuant to 
the Constitution, two blacks and two females, all of whom are certified employees 
of a Board of Education. Some of the powers of the Board of Control are the 
general supervision of the Association and its activities, employment of the 
staff, establishing tournaments and meets, and deciding all questions and 
performing duties not otherwise provided for in the Constitution. The duties of 
the Commissioner are set forth in the Constitution, By-Laws and Tournament Rules, 
some being the preparation and receiving of reports, interpreting the 
Constitution, enforcement of penalties provided, conducting meets and 
tournaments, registering officials and conducting rules clinics. 

The powers of the Commissioner are specific and he is bound by the rules of 
the Association in that he can not change or set aside any regulation unless it 
so states in the By-Laws. In interpreting the rules regarding a contestant's 
eligibility, the Commissioner is governed by the rules. In order to process the 
volume of 500 to 700 transfer cases and eligibility determinations per year, he 
relies upon the information provided by the principal of each member school. 

Numerous other regulations are enumerated in the Constitution, By-Laws and 

Tournament Rules as to the number of contests, post-season, all-star and 

interstate contests/games, practice of sportsmanship, duties of the principal and 

the tournament and meet regulations governing all sports. These matters are 

determined by the rules and not by the "whim" of the Commissioner's office or the 
Board of Control . 



In addition to the determination of the eligibility of participants and the 
enforcement of other regulations set forth in its Constitution, the Association 
is involved in many other areas. Each of the nearly 150,000 high school students 
enrolled in our member schools who choose to participate in high school athletics 
as a team member, cheerleader, band member, trainer, manager, or in some other 
capacity is covered by a catastrophic insurance policy at no cost to the 
participant or the member schools. The Association goes to great lengths to 
recruit and train officials for high school contests, with over four thousand 
Kentuckians currently on the rolls. A total of 29 championships in baseball, 
basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, 
track, volleyball and wrestling are conducted at the high school level. In 1987- 
88, the Association honored nearly 8,000 competitors in its Academic All State 
program, which cited those participants who had competed in high school athletics 
while maintaining a minimum cumulative grade point average of at least 3.25. The 
Association has recently initiated involvement in the TARGET drug abuse awareness 
and prevention program which will address this important issue to all students in 
grades 5 through 12. The Association also recently began the Dawahares-Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame, a program designed to honor those 
many individuals who have contributed greatly to the development of Kentucky's 
fine high school sports program. 

The numerous and diverse undertakings of the Association require the 
cooperation of each of its various constituencies, particularly its member 
schools. When it is heard that the Commissioner or the Association rendered a 
decision on the eligibility of a participant, it is always based on a rule as 
written, not an arbitrary or capricious thought. These Association rules and 
regulations are made by the leaders of the educational program for all the member 
schools. We believe these are the best qualified individuals to make the rules 
and regulations governing interscholastic athletics in the State of Kentucky. 



IMPORTANT NOTICE CONCERNING DISQUALIFICATIONS 

By Board of Control action, all participants and/or coaches who are ejected 
from a contest for unsportsmanlike conduct shall be suspended from competition 
for a minimum of one game. 

With this in mind, it is important to adhere to the following procedure should 
a representative of your school be ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct. 1) Be 
sure you receive a disqualification card from the contest official; 2) Contact 
this office in writing to request reinstatement of the participant; 3) Inform 
the participant/coach of the suspension. You will be notified by return mail 
as to the end of the suspension, and the date or day when the player/coach will 
be eligible to return to competition. Contests officials are reminded to use 
an ink pen and to press hard as the third copy is often illegible if done in 
pencil . 

*NOTE* Any person who is suspended from a contest may not dress for that 
contest in game uniform. They will however be covered by the catastrophic 
insurance policy insofar as practice is concerned unless you are otherwise 
notified. 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1988-89 SPORTS 
The following are the starting dates for the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored events, along 
with the first day of practice, number of contests and the tentative date for 
the state finals. 



Sport 


First 


First 


Num. 


State 




Practice 


Contest 


Games 
Allowed 


Finals 


Volleyball 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


20 


Oct. 28/29 


Soccer 


July 20 


Aug. 22 


6-20 


Nov. 1/5 


Cross Country 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


4-15 


Nov. 5 


Football 


July 20 


Aug. 19 


11 


Dec. 2/3 


Wrestl ing 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 18 


Swimming 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Mar. 4/5 


Basketball 










non football 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 




football 


Oct. 15 


Nov. 28 


24 


Mar. 15/18 (Boys) 
Mar. 22/25 (Girls) 


Track 


Dec. 1 


Mar. 27 


4-15 


May 27 


Softball 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 27 


35 


May 25/27 


Golf 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 27 


20 


May 31/June 2 


Tennis 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 27 


4-20 


June 1/3 


Baseball 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 27 


35 


June 1/2 



These dates are as printed on the 1988-89 Memorandum Calendar. It is important 
to remember that these dates, particularly for the state finals, are tentative 
as site availability may force a change in location and/or date. 



IMPORTANT NOTICE CONCERNING MEDICAL SYMPOSIUMS 

The State Board of Education will consider at a meeting later this fall, a 
proposal from the K.H.S.A.A. which would change the requirement for the Medical 
Symposium and the penalty for non attendance. In light of the fact that this 
penalty has not been adopted, there will be no sanctions this year against 
schools or coaches who did not attend this past summer. However, if the 
K.H.S.A.A. proposal is approved, those coaches who did not attend in 1988, 
would be required to attend in 1989. Thereafter, coaches would be required to 
attend on at least a bi-annual basis. As soon as we are informed as to the 
State Board's decision, we will advise each member school. 



THANKS TO THE N.F.I.O.A. 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association would like to thank the National 
Federation Interscholastic Officials Association for their help by mailing the 
rules books to Kentucky football and basketball officials. The football books 
were mailed in early August, while the basketball books were mailed in early 
September and most officials have already received them. This is a tremendous 
service and is done as a courtesy by the National Federation which allows this 
office to save the cost of shipping the books as well as many other 
administrative costs. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1988 



PAGE SEVEN 



PADUCAH TILGHMAN HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS AA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 28, 1988 




Front Row (L to R): Teronnie Holmes, Randy Wyatt, Chris Witherspoon, Diamond Tyler, Burton Brown. Second Row: Rob 
Manchester, Ricky Hill, Kurt Johnson, Corey Dabney, Junior Palmer, Patrick Mitchell, Louis Ridgeway. Third Row: Detrick Wells, 
James Stubblefield, Marcus White. Back Row: Coach Lyman Brown, Augie Schiller, Carl Trella, Larry Allen, Steve Johnston. 

Boys' Class AA 

110 Meter High Hurdles 200 Meter Dash Long Jump 

1. Nathan Brov»n. flusieii. 14.88 

2. Tarry Uoss. Fort CampO«ll, 15.25 

3. AlftK Lyltle. Clay County, 15.30 

4. Mark Perraut, Harrison County, 15.38 

5. Gary Clark. Marron Couniv. ^6.^7 

6. Earl Sturdluant, Fort CampoBil. 16,43 



100 Meter Dash 

1. Randy Wyatt. Paducah Tilghman, 10.63 

2. T. Holmes, Paducan Tilgnman, 10.72 

3. Oion Sims. Wastern Mills. 10.26 

4. Cor»y Williams, Bourbon County, 1 1.32 

5. Doug Wilirams. Eliza&athtown, 11.33 

6. Jamie Conway. Covington Catholic. 1 1.38 

1600 Meter Run 



' =.' MH =in.on ^owan Cjuntv. 42?. 23 

2. Eric r'jncis. ,-One Can, ■; 34-33 

3. Pat Peters. Hignlanas. 4-36.48 

4. Sean Vitatoe. Western Mills. 4:36.53 

5. Charles Kmght, Bullitt East. 4:39.36 

6. Jetf Bledsoe, Whitesburg. 4:39.5 

400 Meter Relay 

1. Paaucan Tilgnman, 43.21 

2. Harrison County. 43.85 

3. Fort Kjiox, 44.09 

4. Trigg County. 44.53 

5. Western Hills. 44.86 

6. Mason County, 4S.97 

400 Meter Dash 

1. Randy Wyatt. Paducah Tilghman, 48.99 

2. Jetf Jackson, Harrison County, 50.29 

3. Bruce Southern. West Carter, 51.07 

4. Gary Greer. Newport. 51.39 

5. Jan Farmer. East Carter, 51.95 

6. Tereil Henderson. Trigg County, 52.46 

300 Meter Int. Hurdles 

1. Edoie Thompson, Fort Knox. 39.70 

2. Wes Davis, Russell, 40.15 

3. Kevin Young, Warren East. 40.3 1 

4. Myles Hendericks, Fort Knox. 41.14 

5. Nathan Brown, Russell. 41.19 

6. Terry Moss. Fort Campbell, 41.28 

800 Meter Run 

1. Brian Binion, Rowan County. 1:59.73 

2. Bruce Southern, West Carter. 2:00.93 

3. Jay Dunning, Warren East, 2:01.42 

4. Pat Peters, Highlands. 2:02.33 

5. Eric Higginson, Union County, 2:03.55 

6. Charles Knight, Bullitt East, 2:04.45 

* Denotes New Record 



200 Meter Dash 

1. Randv Wvatl, Paducah Tilghman. 21.73 

2. Greg Bridges. Tngg County, 22.1 5 

3. D.D. Crite. Owensboro Catholic, 22.34 

4. Jetl Jackson. Harrison County, 22.74 

5. Tony Teague. Lloyd Memorial. 23.01 

6. Corey Williams, Bouroon County, 23.56 

3200 Meter Run 

1. Jeremy Eglestar, Rowan County. 9:51. 4S 

2. Ted Toponak, Russell. 10:10.58 

3. Mike Parker. Gram County. 10:20.80 

4. John Hanley, Western Hills, 10:22.77 

5. Kevin Ward. Owensboro Catholic. 10:23.28 

6. Carl MacKanee. Frannlm-Simpson. 10:24.99 

1600 Meter Relay 

1. Paducan Tilgnman, 3:19.43 

2. Covington Catholic. 3:30.51 

3. Fort Knox, 3:31.44 

4. Scott. 3.32.38 

5. Trigg County, 3:32.39 

6. Larue County, 3:40.41 

Shot Put 

1. Bill Rosenberg. Rowan County, 50'9 

2. Jim Stroub. Harrison Countv, 50'5 

3. Paul Evans, East Carter, SO'C.SO 

4. C:-.ns Reeoy. £:racetri:own. 43'S 

5. James StubbleTteld. Paducan Tilgnman. ^T'lO 

6. Chris Martin, Simdn Kenton. 47'9 

Discus 

1. Joey McCarty, Bouroon County, 160'6 

2. Bill Rosenberg, Rowan County, 14S'5 

3. James Stubbletield, Paducah Tilgnman. 145'4 

4. Chris Martin. Simon Kenton, t42'8 

5. Reggie Gaither, Marion County, 14T6 

6. Tommy Simmons, Barren County. 139'6 

Pole Vault 

1. Nathan Brown, Russell, 13'6 

2. Mark Henderson, Calloway County, 13'6 

3. Rob Pmkston, Highlands, 12'6 

4. Brad Maynard, Barren County, 12' 

5. Jack Jenkins. Russell. 12'0 

6. Fred Matthews, Fort Knox, 1 1'6 

Triple Jump 

1. Kurt Johnson, Paducah Tilghman. 47'3 

2. Richard Fields, Harrison County, 44'10.50 

3. Diamond Tyler. Paducah Tilghman, 44*1.50 

4. Oarrell Harris, Fort Knox, 43'8-50 

5. David Theodore.'Corbm, 42'8.50 

6. Keith Whitaker, Leslie County, 40'9.75 



1. Corey WiiUams. Bourbon County, 22'1.75 

2. Chris Witherspoon, Paducah Tilghman, 22*1.75 

3. Nathan Brown, Russell, 22'0 

4. Ron Railey, Marion County, 2V4.75 

5. Fred Jones, Calloway County, 21'3.75 

6. O.D. Crite, Owensboro Catholic, 21'2.S0 



High Jump 



* 1. Tom Noe, Highlands, 8'10.75 " 

2. Darrell Harris, Fort Knox, 6'6 

3. Bill Rallekotter, Scott, 6'6 

4. Chris Jones. Russeil. 6'6 

5. Tyrone Waroiow. Warren East, 6"2 

6. Mike Bomarito, Calloway County, 6*1 



Boys' Class AA Team Totals 




PAOucan TilgnmAn 


90.00 


Russell 


50.00 


Rowan County 


48.00 


Harrison County 


40.00 


Fort Knox 


39.00 


Hignlands 


26.00 


Bouroon Countv 


25.00 


Western Mills 


16.00 


Trigg County 


15.00 


Warren East 


14.00 


West Carter 


14.00 


Calloway County 


11.00 


Fort Campbell 


10.00 


Scott 


10.00 


Covington Catholic 


9.00 


Owensboro Catholic 


9.00 


East Carter 


a.oo 


Lone Oak 


s.oo 


Marion County 


8.00 


Clay Countv 


s.ao 


E'i2aD*tntc-An 


e.oo 


Grant County 


d.OO 


Barren County 


s.oo 


Simon Kenton 


5.00 


Newport 


4.00 


Bullitt East 


3.00 


Coroin 


2.00 


Lloyd Memorial 


2.00 


Union County 


2.00 


Franklin-Simpson 


1.00 


Larue County 


1.00 


Leslie County 


1.00 


Mason County 


1.00 


Whitesburg 


1.00 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1 988 



BRYAN STATION HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 28, 1988 




Front Row (L to R): Robbin Washington, Renee Fitzpatrick, Phaedra Washington, Michelle Brown, Janice Jackson, Coach Reba 

Woodall. Second Row: Ericka Muncy, Marshay Jackson, Roanette Byrd, Sherry Jackson, Laura Mullins, Denise Williams. 



Girls' Class AAA 

100 Meter High Hurdles 

1. StaCBy Henry, Paul Blazer. 15.0* 

2. Stephanie Cordetl, Pulaski County, 1S.30 

3. Nicole Elliott, Waggsnar, lS.47 

4. Gretcrien Enyart. Hendarson County, 15.6* 

5. Ramonaa James. Seneca, 1S.99 

6. Caroline Shiveiy, Daviess County, 16.03 

100 Meter Dash 

1. Sonia Wharton, Moore. 11.97 ' 

2. Encka Muncy, Bryan Station, 12.26 

3. Ahcon Barney. Henry Clay, 12.44 

4. Angie Tutt. Owensboro. 12.65 

5. Kim Cunningham. Shelby County, 12.94 

6. Tasha Blaky, Seneca. 12.98 

800 Meter Relay 

T, 5rvan S;auon, i;42.l7 
2- Mcore. • -4 39 

3. Ceniral, l:45.il 

4. Jeffersontown, 1:45.56 

5. Valley, 1:45.66 

6. Henderson County, i:45.9l 

1600 Meter Run 

1. Jill Nickerson, Boone County, 5:14.7 

2. Cybil O'Nan. Oldham County, 5:20.1 

3. Knsii Stevens. Pulaski County. 5:24.5 

4. Elsie Salmons, Greenup County, 5:24.7 

5. Allison Staples. Henderson County. 5:26.5 

6. Lesley Tynes. Marsnal! County. 5:35.5 

400 Meter Relay 

1. Bryan Station, 49.00 

2. Moore, 50.28 

3. George Rogers Clark, 50.55 

4. Eastern. 50.75 

5. Jeffersontown, 50.82 

6. Central, 51.08 

400 Meter Dash 

1. Alicon Barney, Henry Clay, 56.56 

2. Angie flohrscheib, Daviess County. 57.57 

3. flobin Washington, Bryan Station, 58.63 

4. Sherry Whitlock. Butler, 59,65 

5. Tracy Folden, Henderson County, 1:01.18 

6. Ttna Graham. Valley, l :02.01 

300 Meter Lovt/ Hurdles 

1. Stepname Cordell. Pulaski County, 46.71 

2. Ramonda James, Seneca, 46.86 

3. LeeAnn Hyslett. Jessamine County, 47.39 
*. Gretchen Enyart. Henderson County, 47.73 
5. Tanesha Mcghee, Eastern, 48.19 

S. Mary Phelps, Campbell County, 48.24 



800 Meter Run 

1. Jill Nickerson. Boone County, 2:20.79 

2. Alison Staples, Henderson County. 2:21.34 

3. Leslie Sciantareili. Prankiin County, 2:22.94 

4. Sandra Shaw, Oldham County, 2:24.32 

5. Jill Kovacks, Henry Clay, 2:24.8 

6. Kjm Andres, Southern, 2:27.3 

200 Meter Dash 

1. Sonji Wharton. Moore, 24.98 

2. Ahcon Barney, Henry Clay, 25.07 

3. Ericka Muncy, Bryan Station, 25.50 

4. Lisa Brown. Central, 26.02 

5. Tasha Withers, Valley. 26.09 

6. Tracy Folden. Henderson County. 26.16 

3200 Meter Run 

1. KiiiXi Stevens. Pulaski County, 11:54.49 

2. Lesley Tynes. Marshall County, 1 1:56.59 

3. Kjthleen Clark. Assumption, 12:05.55 

4. Robtn Webb, Greenup County. 12:09.2 

5. Cybil O'Nan, Oldham County. 12:29.2 

6. Jill Nickerson. Boone County, 12:S2.9 

1600 Meter Relay 

1. Butler. 4:02.1 

2. Eastern. 4:02.32 

3. Shawnee. 4:07.1 

4. Dav.ess County. -107.10 

5. Henderson County, 4.07.15 

6. Ballard. 4:i2.8 

Shot Put 

1. Phaedra Washington. Bryan Station, 40"l 1.5 ■ 

2. Felicia Goodwin, Western. 37"8.5 

3. Ramona Hobmson. Franklin County, 36'2 

4. April Suggs, Henderson County. 35'7 

5. Janet McKecnme, Henderson County. 35'4.5 

6. Tony Shackletord. Seneca. 34'i 

Discus 

1. Phaedra Washington, Bryan Station, 1 16*4 

2. Shawn Mclntyre, Butler. 107'3 

3. Ginger Anger. Pulaski County, 106'4 

4. Stephania Thomes. Madisonville. lOS'lO 

5. Julie Wilkinson, Eastern, 100'4 

6. Danielle Leonard, Daviess County, 98'6 

Long Jump 

1. Leslie Brooks. Henderson County. 17'1.25 

2. Feliaa Upton, Pulaskt County, 16'10.5 

3. Roanette Byrd. Bryan Station, 16'8.7S 

4. Lon Collins, Eastern, 16"6.5 

5. Amy Carpenter, Conner, 16*4.25 

6. Sherne Jackson, Iroquois, 16'2 



High Jump 

1. Lisa Morrison, Boone County, 5'7 

2. Michelle Jackson, Jeffersontown, 5'6 

3. Alicon Barney, Henry Clay, 5'5 

4. Monica Moore, Holy Cross (Loutsville), 5*2 

5. Chelsea Tyree, Butler, S' 

6. Jennifer Parr, Daviess County, 5' 



Girls' Class AAA Team Totals 



Bryan Slatton 


ea.oo 


Pulasitt County 


41.00 


Henderson County 


40.00 


Moore 


36.00 


Henry Clay 


32.00 


Boone County 


31.00 


Butler 


24.00 


Eastern 


20.00 


Daviess County 


IS.CC 


Jeffersontown 


14.00 


Oldham County 


14.00 


Franklin County 


12.00 


Seneca 


12.00 


Central 


11.00 


Paul Blazer 


10.00 


twlarsfiall County 


9.00 


GreenuD County 


s.oo 


Western 


8.00 


Assumotion 


6.C0 


George Rogers C'arK 


6.00 


Jessamine County 


6.00 


Sfiawnee 


6.00 


Waggener 


6.00 


Valley 


s.oo 


Holy Cross (Louisville) 


4.00 


Maoisonville 


4.00 


OwensDoro 


4.00 


Conner 


2.00 


Sttetby County 


2.00 


Ballard 


1.00 


Campbell County 


1.00 


Iroquois 


1.00 


Southern 


1.00 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1988 



PAGE NINE 



HENDERSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS AAA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky-May 28, 1988 




Front Row (L to R): Tony Krampe, Tim Mills, Roland Eldridge, John Fellows, Willie Holmes, Derrick Thompson, John Gabe. 
Second Row: Coach David Mitchell, Darretl Yates, Kenny Harrigan, Doug Calhoun, Brad Armstead, Shannon Sutton, Ricky 
Hancock, Kevin Sebreen, Coach Robert Johnson. 

Boys' Class AAA 

110 Meter High Hurdles 



1. Ooug Calhoun, Henderson County, 14. 59 

2. Larry August, Lafayatta. 14.64 

3. Shannon Sutton, Henderson County, 15.31 

4. Herbert Oavis. Ooss, 15.36 

5. Joey Myers. Holy Cross (Louisvilte), 15.45 

6. Anthony Oecp, Male. l5.47 

100 Meter Dash 

* 1. Aaron Payne, Holy Cross (Louisville), 10.58 * 

2. Reggie Wilkins. Eastern, 10.79 

3. Rico Clay, Scott County, n.02 

4. Oana Brown, Holmes. 11.10 

5. Oavid Norris, Grayson County, 11.13 

6. Anthony Carter. Norrh Hardin, 1 1.25 

1600 Meter Run 

1. Damian Nally, Lafayette, 4:20.98 

2. ^cn SkuTca. rrsnklm Couniy, 427 J3 

3. Dale Leurana. Central. 4:31-44 

4. Jay Ltlly. Holy Cross (Louisville), 4 35.69 

5. David Davis. St. Xavier, 4:39.6 

6. Victor Sheriff. ApoUo, 4:41.8 



400 Meter Relay 



1. Male. 42.38 

2. Henderson County, 42.67 

3. Doss. 43.43 

4. North Hardin. 43.63 

5. Oldham County, 43.90 

6. Bryan Station, 43,94 

400 Meter Dash 

1. Aaron Payne, Holy Cross (Louisville), 48.64 

2. John Fellows. Henderson County. 49.86 

3. Jacque Brents, Pleasure Ridge Park, 50.10 

4. Damon Howe, Butler, 50.77 

5. Boh Moorman, Apollo, 50.92 

6. Salim Shahid, Male, 51.87 

300 Meter Int Hurdles 

X- 1. Herbert Davis, Doss, 38.83 

2. Roland Eldndge, Henderson County. 39.19 

3. Stan Harwood, Warren Central, 39.82 

4. Larry August, Lafayette, 39.97 

5. Matt Slyter, Southern, 40.85 

6. Brent Bingham, Knox Central, 40.6 

800 Meter Run 

1. John Ritodus, Bryan Station, 1:58.44 

2. Mike Douglas, Lafayette, 1:59.45 

3. Scott Jackson, Madisonvtlle, 2:01.84 

4. Tim Mills, Henderson County, 2:03.07 

5. Mickey Skaggs. Shelby County, 2:03.67 

6. Tom Martin, Butler, 2:04.67 

* Denotes New Record 



200 Meter Dash 

1. Aaron Payne. Holy Cross (Louisville), 21.61 

2. Duvon Gilbert, Male, 21.84 

3. Thomas Brown, Bowimg Green. 22.83 

4. Kenny Harngan. Henderson County, 22.66 

5. Greg Wilson, Eastern, 22.69 

6. Kenny Rhodes, Male, 23.01 

3200 Meter Run 

1. Oamian Nally, Lafayette. 9:41.25 

2. Ed Holloway, Valley, 9:55.38 

3. Kenny Chandler. Warren Central, 9:58.28 

4. Rob Colder. Boyd County, 10:03.96 

5. Rob Mathews. Owensboro, 10:06.07 

6. Btlly Howard. Holmes, 10:07.42 

1600 Meter Relay 

1. Eastern. 3:19.72 

2. Henderson County, 3:22.10 

3. Ooss, 3:22.23 

4. Butler. 3:24.96 

5. Male. 3:28.20 

6. Bryan Station, 3:29.21 

Shot Put 

1. John Collins. Madisonville, 46*6.5 

2. Carreii Yates. Henderson Couniy, 48'6.5 

3. Roonev Mason, Scott County, 48" 
■i. Cranes Caiiev, roquois. 4 7"5 

5. Gregory Brendon. Knox Central. 47'4 

6. Jason Dombroski. Trinity (Louisville), 46*10 

Discus 

1. Tony Richardson. Iroquois, 140"10 

2. Brian Addington. Apollo. 140'1 

3. Bill Mullms, Johnson Central. 137'7 

4. Bob Benson, St. Xavier, 133'8 

5. John Gabe, Henderson County, 133'3 

6. Ted Fauser, Woodford County, 130'9 

Pole Vault 

* 1. Adam Smith, Daviess County. 15' • 

2. Tony Kramoe, Henderson County. 13'6 

3. Lee Reynolds, Scott County. 12"6 

4. Greg Dean, Bell County, 12" 

5. Mitch Hobbs. Oldham County. 12' 

6. Steve Gravette. St. Xavier, 12'6 

Triple Jump 

1. Sterling Ward, Bryan Station. 46.7.75 

2. Greg Hooks, Christian County, 44'4.2S 

3. Dee Smith. Madison Central. 43'1 i.7S 

4. Rtcky Hancock. Henderson County, 43'1 1 

5. Oean Wells, Holy Cross (Louisville). 42'9.S0 
8. Troy Hunter, Butler. 42'7 



Long Jump 

1. Sterling Ward. Bryan Station, 23"0.25 

2. Ricky Hancock. Henderson County. 22'9 

3. Larry August. Lafayette. 22*9 

4. Brad Armstead, Henderson County, 22'1.50 

5. Tom Reed, Oldham County, 2l'6 

6. Glenn Presley. Trinity (Louisville), 20'10.50 

High Jump 

t. Rodney Bottoms. OuPont Manual. 6'6 

2. Brad Armstead, Henderson County, 6'6 

3. K/is Roberts. Woodford County. 6'4 

4. Kenny Fuller, Oldham County. 6'4 

5. Paul Ray, Christian County, 6'2 

6. Enc Price, Waggener. e'2 



Boys' Class AAA Team Totals 


Hsndarson County 


9».00 


Latayalt* 


46.00 


Holy Cross (Louisvtila) 


3<.00 


Srysn SUtion 


32.00 


Doss 


28.00 


Mlla 


23.00 


Eastern 


20.00 


Scott County 


19.00 


Madisonvilla 


ig.oo 


Iroquois 


K.OO 


Warran Central 


12.00 


Aoollo 


11.00 


Butlar 


10.00 


Christian County 


10.00 


Daviess County 


10.00 


DuPont Manual 


10.00 


Oldham County 


10.00 


Franklin County 


a.oo 


Valley 


s.oo 


St. Xjwier 


T.ca 


Wooalord County 


7.00 


Bowling Green 


6.00 


Central 


6.00 


Johnson Central 


6.00 


Madison Central 


6.00 


Pleasure RiOge Park 


6.00 


Holmes 


s.co 


North HarOin 


5.00 


Bell County 


4.00 


Boyd Couniy 


4.00 


Knox Central 


3.00 


Grayson County 


2.00 


Owensboro 


2.00 


Shelby County 


2.00 


Southern 


2.00 


Trinity (Louisville) 


2.00 


Waggener 


1.00 



PAGE TEN THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1988 

1988 CROSS COUNTRY REGIONS 

CLASS A 

GIRLS 

Region I - Manager: Willie Simpson, Providence High School, Cedar Street, Providence, KY 42450 (502-667-7065) Ballard 

Memorial, Central City, Crittenden County, Fulton, Fulton County, Gratiam, Hughes-Kirk, Muhlenberg Central, Providence, South 

Hopkins, St. Mary, University Heights, West Hopkins 

Region II - Manager: Bobby Williams, West Hardin High School, 10471 Leitchfield Road, Stephensburg, KY 42781 (502-862- 

3924) Bardstown, Beth Haven, Bethehem, Caverna, Christian Academy, Hancock County, Kentucky Country Day, Metcalfe 

County, South West Christian, Spencer County, St. Francis, Trimble County, Trinity (Whitesville), Washington County, Cumberland 

County 

Region III - Manager: Barry Binkley, Dayton High School, 200 Jackson Street, Dayton, KY 41074 (606-261-4357) Augusta, 

Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Covington Latin, Dayton, Holy Cross (Covington), Ludlow, Silver Grove, St. Henry 

Region IV - Manager: Frank Miklavcic, Frankfort High School, 328 Shelby Street, Frankfort, KY 40601 (502-223-8030) Bath 

County, Burgin, Carroll County, Central Kentucky Christian, Frankfort, Lexington Catholic, Living Waters Christian, Menifee 

County, Model, Owen County, Williamstown, Gallatin County 

Region V - Manager: Robert Baldwin, Paintsville High School, Second Street, Paintsville, KY 41240 (606-789-2656) Allen Central, 

Buckhorn, Cordia, Dilce Combs, Elliott County, Fairview, Fleming-Neon, Hazard, Jenkins, Johns Creek, Lee County, Letcher 

County, McDowell, Mullins, Paintsville, Phelps, Raceland, Riverside Christian, Oneida Baptist Institute 

Region VI - Manager: Gordon Bocock, Pulaski County High School, 511 East University, Somerset, KY 42501 (606-679-1574) 

Berea, Cumberland, Danville, Evarts, Garrard County, Harlan, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Monticello, Somerset, St. Camillus, 

Williamsburg 

BOYS 

Region I - Manager: Willie Simpson, Providence High School, Cedar Street, Providence, KY 42430 (505-667-7065) Central City, 

Crittenden County, Fulton City. Fulton County, Graham, Hughes-Kirk, Lyon County, Muhlenburg Central, Providence, South 

Hopkins, St. Mary, University Heights, West Hopkins 

Region II - Manager: Bobby Williams, West Hardin High School, 10471 Leitchfield Road, Stephensburg, KY 42781 (502-431- 

5056) Bardstown, Beth Haven, Bethlehem, Caverna, Christian Academy, Cumberland County, Hancock County, Kentucky Country 

Day, Metcalfe County, Spencer County, St. Francis, Trinity (Whitesville), Washington County 

Region III - Manager: Barry Binkley, Dayton High School, 200 Jackson Street, Dayton, KY 42240 (606-261-4357) Augusta, 

Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Covington Latin, Dayton, Holy Cross (Covington), Ludlow, Newport Central Catholic, Silver Grove, St. 

Henry, Walton-Verona 

Region IV - Manager: Frank Miklavcic, Frankfort High School, 328 Shelby Street, Frankfort, KY 40601 (502-223-6030) Bath 

County, Burgin, Carroll County, Central Kentucky Christian, Harrodsburg, Lexington Catholic, Living Waters, Menifee County, 

Millersburg Military Institute, Model, Owen County, Williamstown, Gallatin County 

Region V - Manager: Robert Baldwin, Paintsville High School, Second Street, Paintsville, KY 41240 (502-789-2656) Allen Central, 

Buckhorn. Cordia, Dilce Combs, Elliott County, Fairview, Fleming-Neon, Hazard, Jenkins, Johns Creek, Lee County, Letcher, 

McDowell, Mullins Paintsville. Phelps, Raceland, Riverside Christian, Oneida Baptist Institute 

Region VI - Manager: Gordon Bocock, Pulaski County High School, 51 1 East University Street, Somerset, KY 42501 (606-679- 

1574) Berea, Danville, Cumberland. Evarts, Garrard County, Harlan, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Monticello, Somerset, Williamsburg 

CLASS AA 
GIRLS 

Region I - Manager: Lee Lange, Fort Campbell High School, Ohio Avenue & Falcon Loop, Fort Campbell, KY 42223 (606-431- 

5056) Calloway County, Fort Campbell, Franklin -Simpson, Paducah Tilghman, Owensboro Catholic, Trigg County, Union County, 

Warren East, Webster County 

Region II - Manager: Bobby Williams, West Hardin High School (502-862-3924) Barren County, Breckinridge County, East Hardin, 

Elizabethtown, Edmonson County, Fort Knox, Glasgow, Green County, Hart County, LaRue County, West Hardin 

Region III - Manager: Barry Binkley, Dayton High School (606-261-4357) Covington Catholic, Grant County, Highlands, Lloyd 

Memorial, Mason County, Newport, Scott, Simon-Kenton 

Region IV - Manager: Frank Miklavcic, Frankfort High School (502-223-9030) Anderson County, Bourbon County, Estill County, 

Fleming County, Harrison County, Madison Central, Mercer County, Western Hills 

Region V - Manager: Alice Leigh, Russell High School, Red Devil Lane, Russell, KY 41 1 69 (606-836-9658) Breathitt County, East 

Carter, Jackson County, Knott County Central, Lawrence County, Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Creek, West Carter, 

Whitesburg 

Region VI - Manager: Gordon Bocock, Pulaski County High School (606-679-1574) Adair County, Boyle County, Clay County, 

Corbin, McCreary Central, Marion County, Middlesboro, Taylor County, Wayne County, Cawood 



Cross Country Regions continued on Page 1 1 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1988 PAGE ELEVEN 

CROSS COUNTRY REGIONS 
(continued) 

BOYS 

Region I - Manager: Lee Lange, Fort Campbell High School, Ohio Avenue & Falcon Loop, Fort Campbell, KY 42223 (615-431- 

5056) Calloway County, Fort Campbell, Franklin-Simpson, Monroe County, Owensboro Catholic, Paducah Tilghman. Trigg 

County, Union County, Warren East, Webster County 

Region II - Manager: Bobby Williams, West Hardin High School, 10471 Leitchtield Road, Stephensburg, KY 42781 (502-862- 

3924) Barren County, Breckinridge County, East Hardin, Edmonson County, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Glasgow, Green County, 

Hart County, LaRue County, West Hardin 

Region III - Manager: Barry Binkley, Dayton High School (606-621-4357) Covington Catholic, Grant County, Highlands, Lloyd 

Memorial, Mason County, Newport, Scott, Simon-Kenton 

Region IV - Manager: Frank Miklavcic, Frankfort High School (502-223-9030) Anderson County, Bourbon County, Estill County, 

Fleming County, Harrison County, Madison Central, Madison Southern, Mercer County, Western Hills 

Region V - Manager: Alice Leigh, Russell High School, Red Devil Lane, Russell, KY 41 1 69 (606-836-9658) Breathitt County, East 

Carter, Jackson County, Knott County, Lawrence County, Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Creek, West Carter, Whitesburg 

Region VI - Manager: Gordon Bocock, Pulaski County High School (606-679-1574) Adair County, Boyle County, Clay County, 

Corbin, McCreary Central, Marion County, Middlesboro, Taylor County, Wayne County, Cawood 

CLASS AAA 
GIRLS 

Region I - Manager: Ed Davis, Christian County High School, Glass Avenue, Hopkinsville, KY 42240 (502-887-5056) Apollo, 

Bowling Green, Christian County, Daviess County, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, Graves County, Grayson County, 

Madisonville-North Hopkins, Marshall County, North Hardin. Owensboro, Warren Central 

Region II - Manager: Brother Borgia, St. Xavier High School, 1609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, KY 40217 (502-637-4712) 

Atherton. Butler. Central, DuPont Manual, Iroquois, Male. Presentation Academy. Sacred Heart. Shawnee. Shelby County 

Region III — Manager: Rich Rostel, Trinity High School, 401 1 Shelbyville Road, Louisville, KY 40207 (502-895-6765) Assumption. 

Ballard. Eastern. Fern Creek. Highview Baptist. Jeffersontown. Meade County. Moore. Oldham County. Seneca 

Region IV - Manager: Russ Kline, Pleasure Ridge Park High School, 5901 Greenwood Road, Louisville, KY 40258 (502-454- 

8311) Bullitt Central, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Holy Rosary. Mercy Academy, North Bullitt, Pleasure Ridge Park, 

Southern, Valley, Western 

Region V - Manager: Barry Binkley, Dayton High School (606-261 -4357) Boone County. Boyd County, Campbell County, Conner, 

Dixie Heights, Franklin County. George Rogers Clark, Greenup County. Holmes, Johnson Central, Notre Dame, Paul Blazer, Scott 

County, Woodford County 

Region IV - Manager: Russ Kline, Pleasure Ridge Park High School, 5901 Greenwood Road, Louisville, KY 40258 (502-454-8311) 

Bullitt Central, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Holy Rosary, Mercy Academy, North Bullitt, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, 

Valley, Western 



BOYS 

Region I - Manager: Ed Davis, Christian County High School, Glass Avenue, Hopkinsville, KY 42240 (502-887-1109) Apollo, 

Christian County, Bowling Green, Daviess County, Graves County, Grayson County, Henderson County, Hopkinsville. 

Madisonville-North Hopkins, Marshall County, North Hardin. Owensboro, Warren Central 

Region II - Manager: Brother Borgia, St. Xavier High School, 1609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, KY 40217 (502-637-4712) 

Atherton, Butler, Central, DuPont Manual, Iroquois, Male, Shawnee, Shelby County, St. Xavier 

Region III - Manager: Rich Rostel, Trinity High School, 4011 Shelbyville Road, Louisville, KY 40207 (502-895-6765) Ballard, 

Eastern. Fern Creek. Highview Baptist. Jeffersontown, Meade County, Moore, Oldham County, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener 

Region IV - Manager: Russ Kline Pleasure Ridge Park High School, 5901 Greenwood Road, Louisville, KY 40258 (502-454-8554) 

Bullitt Central. DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Pleasure Ridge Park, North Bullitt, Southern, Valley, Western 

Region V - Manager: Barry Binkley, Dayton High School (606-261 -4357) Boone County, Boyd County, Campbell County, Conner, 

Dixie Heights, Franklin County, George Rogers Clark. Greenup County, Holmes, Johnson Central, Paul Blazer, Scott County, 

Woodford County 

Region VI - Manager: Gordon Bocock, Pulaski County High School (606-679-1574) Bell County. Bryan Station, Henry Clay, 

Jessamine County, Knox Central, Lafayette, Laurel County, Lincoln County, Montgomery County, Nelson County, Pulaski County, 

Tates Creek 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1988 






1987-88 GIRLS' GOLF CHAMPIONS 
ELIZABETHTOWN COUNTRY CLUB, ELIZABETHTOWN 

JUNE 1-2, 1988 



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Individual Winner 
Lisa Weissmueller, Henry Clay - 

Kim Tyrer, Franklin County 150 

Joanna Gibbs, Calloway County . . 151 
Karen Grasch, Franklin County . . 152 
Nancy Jones, Sacred Heart 154 




Oldham County 678 

Franklin County 686 

Lexington Henry Clay 698 

Murray 717 

Paintsville 721 

Calloway County 739 



149 

INDIVIDUAL SCORES 

Laura Goodlett, Anderson County . . . 155 Christi Orr, Estill County 162 

Elizabeth Brandenburgh, Henry Clay. 157 Sandy Stokley, Somerset 162 

Jennifer McGohon, Oldham County .162 Michelle Sullivan, Oldham County .162 
Jennifer Cleaver, Ballard 162 

TEAM SCORES 
At Elizabethtown Country Club, par 73 

Glasgow 741 

Madison Central 746 

Sacred Heart 755 

Owen County 768 

Johnson Central 770 

Casey County 771 



North Hardin 805 

Caverna 806 

Ballard 824 

Green County 829 



1987-88 BOYS' GOLF CHAMPIONS 

LINCOLN TRAIL COUNTRY CLUB, VINE GROVE 

JUNE 1-2, 1988 




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Individual Winner 

Russell Smoak - Western Hills - 

*Chris Osborne, St. Xavier 148 

Mark Sloan, Somerset 148 

Bryan Baysinger, Glasgow 148 

♦Trinity 612 

Bowling Green 612 

Richmond Model 618 

Somerset 625 

Oldham County 637 

Western Hills 638 

Male 640 

Paducah Tilghman 643 



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INDIVIDUAL SCORES 

P.J. McDougal, Bowling Green .... 149 

Brad Lehmann, Trinity 149 

Johnny Cain, Somerset 150 

TEAM SCORES 

Covington Catholic 648 

Paintsville 652 

Saint Henry 689 

Elizabethtown 670 

Boyd County 676 

Casey County 679 

Graves County 684 




Russ Johnson, Trinity 150 

Luke Minor, Pikeville 151 

Swain Beard, Franklin County ... 151 

*won playoff for second 

Henderson County 686 

Harrodsburg 694 

Mason County 697 

Owensboro Catholic 710 

Holy Cross 722 

Pleasure Ridge Park 776 

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RELEASE "Dreamers and Doers" Program 

One of the highlights of National High School Activities week in 1988 will be the introduction of "Dreamers and Doers," the new, 
national student-recognition program that has been developed by the National Federation in conjunction with Walt Disney World. 

More than two years ago, the National Federation Executive Committee approved the development of a national student-recognition 
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• To recognize deserving students who are the "backbone" of activities programs. 

• To expand the intent of National High School Activities Week beyond the third week of October — that is, to serve as a vehicle for 
increasing the public's awareness of the values and needs of activity programs. 

Building upon the "Dreamers and Doers" program initiated by Walt Disney World in the state of Florida, the National Federation and 
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the ninth annual celebration of Activities Week. 

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In fact, it specifically Is designed not to necessarily recognize those students who receive all -state or comparable conference accolades. 

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high school for all five semesters prior to selection as a school-level winner. 

Criteria for selection will Involve two major areas, with each weighed equally — 1) participation In Interscholastic athletic and 
non -athletic activity programs and 2) school and community life. Specific contributions will involve general contributions to high school, 
contributions to the community, honors and awards received, statement about classroom performance, principal's statement describing 
how the student has demonstrated the "4 C's" and student essay relating activities participation and the "4 C's." 

Local high schools can become involved in the "Dreamers and Doers" program in many ways, particularly In conjunction with 
Activities Week. Each school's "Dreamer and Doer" will become the school's and community's spokesperson to the values of high 
school activities, thus expanding the Intent of National High School Activities Week beyond the third week In October. 

Most high schools will receive a mailing from their respective state associations during Activities Week this month to Introduce the 
program. The Official Student Selection Form and other Information will be sent by the National Federation to every state association 
member high school in December. Schools will have until February 1 5, 1 989, to return the forms to the National Federation. 

Each high school will determine its method for selecting the school's "Dreamer and Doer." Although the principal could select the 
student, complete the form and return It to the National Federation without consultation, it Is hoped that schools will choose a more 
elaborate selection process. Ideas Include appointing a special selection committee composed of faculty, parents and community 
leaders; interviewing several candidates, and securing local media coverage. 

Every high school's designated "Dreamer and Doer" will receive an award certificate and will be considered for recognition as the 
state's "Dreamer and Doer." 

In addition, every participating high school will receive a booklet with suggestions for schools to Implement "Dreamers and Doers" as 
an ongoing, prestigious school program and effectively use it to Increase the community's awareness of the values and needs of activity 
programs. 

In summary, the following steps should be taken at each high school: 

1 . One student Is selected to represent the high school as its "Dreamer and Doer." 

2. The principal Is responsible for completion of the Official Student Selection Form. 

3. The completed Ofticial Student Selection Form should be mailed to the National Federation. 

Ten state seml-flnalists will be selected by a National Federation "task force," and then each state association will select a state 
"Dreamer and Doer" and runner-up. The process for choosing the state's "Dreamer and Doer" will be the task of each state association. 

A state association executive director could simply review the 10 semi-flnallsts selected by the task force and select the winner; 
however. It is the goal of the "Dreamers and Doers" program to raise public awareness about the values of high school activity programs. 
A special selection committee composed of board members, state government representatives and well-known educators could be 
appointed to help spread the word about the special students being honored through the "Dreamers and Doers" program. 

The National Federation task force will meet at the end of March to select the 10 semi-finalists in each state. In April, each state 
association will notify the 1 semi -finalists, and their respective principals will be asked to complete an additional form to assist the state 
In Its selection process. Winners and runners-up will be announced In May. 

Delta Airlines will provide round-trip transportation to EPCOT, Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, for every state winner and 
respective state association executive officer or governing board member to attend next summer's "Dreamers and Doers" ceremony. 
Walt Disney World will provide accommodations and meal functions. 

In addition to the ceremony and reception. It Is proposed that the state winners will be involved in seminars/presentations by 
government representatives, corporate officers, experts from the education field, and entertainment and sports celebrities; publlc- 
speaklng workshop; media events; backstage at Walt Disney World, and production of a public-service announcement that will be used 
by state associations. 

Although the mailings will be sent to high school principals, athletic directors and coaches should take an active role In the "Dreamers 
and Doers" program. The first step would be for athletic directors and coaches to alert principals that a mailing will be arriving during 
Activities Week this month (October 16-23) and that the Official Student Selection Forms will be arriving In December. 

Certainly, the state winners are certain to have the kind of qualities spoken by Walt Disney himself many years ago: 

"Somehow, I can't believe there are any heights that can't be scaled by a man who knows the secret of making dreams come true, this 
special criteria, it seems to me. can be summarized In Four C's. They are curiosity, confidence, courage and constancy . . . and the greatest 
of these Is confidence. When you believe a thing, believe It all the way. Implicitly and unquestionably!" — Walt Disney. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL LI, NO. 1 



OCTOBER, 1988 



$10.00 PER YEAR 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
REPORT OF EXAMINATIONS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

for the years ended June 30, 1988 and 1987 



BALANCE SHEETS 



ASSETS 

Current assets: 
Cash 
Certificates of deposit and 

savings accounts 
Interest receivable 
Prepaid insurance 

Total current assets 

Fixed assets (Note 1): 
Land 
Building 
Equipment 

Total fixed assets 



LIABILITY AND FUND EQUITY 



1988 



1987 



$ 140,198 

463,278 
1,438 
6,892 



$102,834 

458,579 
3,170 
6,443 



611,806 



571,026 



27,000 
209,289 
160,409 



27,000 
209,289 
147,039 



Expenditures: 

General and administrative 770,316 656,133 

Boys' State Basketball Tournament 219,983 257,064 

Girls' State Basketball Tournament 93,234 85,407 

Track 56,519 44,601 

Football playoffs 32,460 32,547 

Hall of Fame 18,649 — 0— 

Tennis 14,848 13,953 

Cross Country 14,585 12,338 

Golf 10,250 10,782 

Baseball 11,138 10,889 

Soccer 11,802 11,815 

Softball 14,308 10,255 

Svi/imming 8,677 8,973 

Wrestling 12,789 6,486 

Volleyball 4,217 3,562 

Mid America Classic —0— 304 



396,698 



383,328 



$1 ,008,504 



$954,354 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



REVENUES OVER (UNDER) 
EXPENDITURES 

Fund balance, beginning of year 



1,293,775 



36,421 
566,681 



1,165,109 



59,170 
507,511 



Current assets: 
Accounts payable 


$ 8,704 


$ 4,345 


Fund balance, end of year 

RETIREMENT T 

ASSETS: 

Current assets: 
Cash 
Certificates of deposit and 

savings accounts 
Accrued interest receivable 

FUND BALANCE 
Fund balance 


$ 603,102 


$ 566,681 






Fund equity: 
Reserve for fixed assets 
Fund balance 


396,698 
603,102 


383,328 
566,681 


RUST FUND 

1988 




Total fund equity 


999,800 


950,009 


1987 




$1 ,008,504 


$954,354 


$ 3,256 

125,000 
450 

$128,706 


$ 3,046 
















120,000 
450 

$123,496 










$128,706 


$123,496 



STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES 
AND CHANGES IN FUNb BALANCE 



REVENUES: 

Boys' State Basketball Tournament 

Girls' State Basketball Tournament 

Football playoffs 

Ivlember fees 

Other tournaments 

Interest earned 

Hall of Fame 

Advertising and publications 

Corporate sponsors 

Video sales and other 

(vlid America Classic 



1988 



1987 



RETIREMENT TRUST FUND 

STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES 

AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 



$ 827,674 


$ 816,069 
115,306 


REVENUES: 

Interest 


1988 


1987 


146,555 


$ 8,595 


$ 6,903 


74.918 


80,984 








79,509 


71,866 


EXPENDITURES: 






66,895 
38,287 


57,165 
31,363 


Retirement payments 


3,385 


3,319 


40,900 


— 0— 








23,684 


41,142 


EXCESS REVENUES 






15,506 


— 0— 


OVER EXPENDITURES 


5,210 


3,584 


8,111 


7,482 








8,157 


2,902 


Fund balance, beginning of year 


123,496 


119,912 



TOTAL REVENUES 



1,330,196 



1,224,279 



Fund balance, end of year 



$128,706 



$123,496 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1988 



OCTOBER, 1988 VOL LI, NO. 3 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926. 
Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

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Paducah, Pearl Ray Lefevers (1988-1992) Kettle Island. 
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1992) Morehead, Tony Olinger (1984-1989) Lexington. 
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1989) Versailles, Liz Trabandt (1988-1991) Ashland: State 
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Subscription Rate $10.00 per year 




SWIMMING COMMITTEE 
MEETING MINUTES 
September 13, 1988 



The Swimming Committee met on Thursday, September 1 3, 
1988, at the KH.S.A.A. Office in Lexington. Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries called the meeting to order at 
1:30 p.m. Committee members present included Jeff Bush, 
Steve Bush, Tim Cahill, Todd Metcalfe, Paul Short, Dale 
Baggett, Jack Thompson, Karen Vanover, and David Webb. 

The first item on the agenda vi^as the selection of the 
regional sites. The managers and sites are as follows: Central 
Kentucky Region — Tim Cahill, Model High School, 
Richmond: Jefferson County Region — Jack Thompson, 
Crescent Hill, Louisville; Northern Kentucky Region — Dave 
Webb, Scott High School, Covington: Western Kentucky 
Region — Dale Baggett, Hopkinsville. The committee 
discussed the regional information sheets and made some 
minor changes. The Regional entry deadline date in February 
7, 1989. 

The next item for discussion was the State Swim Meet and 
Site. The 1988-89 meet is scheduled on March 3 & 4. 1989 in 
the Lancaster Aquatic Center at the University of Kentucky. 
The Memorial Coliseum will be utilized as a backup if the 
Lancaster Center is not completed. 

Jeff Bush gave a report on the layout and equipment for the 
Lancaster Center, and answered questions by committee 
members about the new facility. The committee unanimously 
approved a two-day meet format (preliminaries Friday and 
finals on Saturday) to be submitted for consideration at the 
October meeting of the Board of Control. The committee 
made suggestions relative to the state time schedule and 
other state meet information. 

The committee then discussed the National Federation 




Rule Changes for the 1988-89 school year as well as the 
differences with regard to the United States Swimming Rules. 
Paul Short agreed to check out the procedures necessary for 
swimmers to receive OVC verification at the State Meet, 
providing the new United States Swimming Rules can 
accommodate this. 

The coaches present relayed information regarding various 
upcoming high school swimming events. They are as follows: 

MEET SITE DATE MANAGER 

Model High School 

Relay Meet E.K.U. 12/3/88 Tim Cahill 

Eagle Classic Scott H.S. 1/31/89 Jerry Mohr 

Hill Topper W.K.U. 12/10 - Todd Metcalf 

Invitational 12/11 Bill Powell 

(Tentative) 

Lafayette Invitational U.K. 1/15/89 Karen Vanover 

(Tentative) 

The K. H.S. A. A, Constitution and By-Laws swimming 
section was reviewed and updated. 

Miscellaneous items included a Blue Grass report by Tim 
Cahill who encouraged future participation from ALL areas of 
the State. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 
ACTIVITIES WEEK TO BE 
CONDUCTED NATIONWIDE 
THIS MONTH 



For the ninth consecutive year, a special week this fall will 
be set aside to celebrate National High School Activities 
Week, which is designed to raise the public's awareness of 
the values and needs of school activity programs. 

During the week of October 1 6-23, nationwide attention will 
be given to the more than 10 million high school students 
involved in high school athletics and non-athletic activity 
programs. Special days also are planned to honor high 
school coaches and officials. 

Although the National Federation and its member state 
associations are involved in promoting the values of activity 
programs throughout the year, this special week in October 
stresses the importance of individual schools informing and 
involving their local communities. 

"Local high schools must be directly involved in promoting 
Activities Week if the special week is to reach its full 
potential," said Brice Durbin, executive director of the 
National Federation. "The new 'Dreamers and Doers' 
program offers a multi-level strategy for riveting the public's 
attention to the value of activity programs through the lives of 
the students selected to be 'Dreamers and Doers.'" 

"Dreamers and Doers" is the National Federation's new, 
national student recognition program that is co-sponsored by 
the National Federation and Walt Disney World (see inside 
front cover). This program will provide high schools a unique 
opportunity for informing local communities about the values 
and needs of activity programs. 

Merlin Olsen, former pro football star and currently 
a television actor and broadcaster, again will serve as co- 
chair with his mother, Mrs. Merle Olsen. Merlin Olsen is a 
member of the National High School Sports Hall of Fame and 
a strong proponent of the values of high school activity 
programs. 




NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 
^ ACTIVITIES WEEK 
|«^ October 16 - 23, 1988 



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PAGE THREE 



SACRED HEART ACADEMY — GIRLS' CHAMPIONS 
1987-88 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




ELIZABETHTOWN HIGH SCHOOL — BOYS' CHAMPIONS 
1987-88 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1988 



e 



1988-89 Certified 

and Approved 
Football Officials 



A large number of K.H.S.A.A. registered officials have 
qualified for the advance ratings of Certified and Approved as 
a result of the National Federation Part II Examination. Only 
officials receivmg these higher ratings are eligible to \Nork in 
the district and regional tournaments. Only K.H.S.A.A. 
approved or certified officals shall be used in games between 
sub-district and district winners. Only certified officials shall 
be used in all other playoff games. 



APPROVED 

James F Allen (Loyall) 
Joe Bennett (Woodbine) 
Ruben Bowen, Jr. (Warfield) 
Tom Breathitt (Lexington) 
Gilbert Bridewell (Covington) 
B. Allen Brown, II (Madlsonville) 
Ewing Brown (Lexington) 
James T, Bryan (Louisville) 
Timothy W. Buerger (Elsmere) 
Steven R. Bush (Louisville) 
John B. Chaffin (Glasgow) 
James R. Coleman (Pikeville) 
Bobby D. Cox (Middlesboro) 
Duane D. Crowe (Alexandria) 
Howard Mark Curry (Bowling 

Green) 
David Day (Independence) 
Kenneth Ellis (Dayton) 
Jack L English (Clarksville) 
John W, Ford (Radcliff) 
Kenneth M. Gant (Lexington) 
Kevin Garris (Pikeville) 
Marty Ghormley (Meta) 
David Grandgeorge (Berea) 
George Gupton (Greensburg) 
Kevin Hendnckson (Catletlsburg) 
Keith Henry (Grethel) 
Mark A. Henson (Corbin) 
Terry L, Herbstreith (Louisville) 
Greg Horn (Hazard) 
Kevin M- Kearns (Lexington) 
Frank Kleier (Villa Hills) 
Bill Lopez (Louisville) 
William N McDamel (Frankfort) 
George McMillan (Ironton) 
Michael E Meehan (Lexington) 
Jon W. Napier (Ashland) 
Michael Napier (Russell) 
David Newman (Bowling Green) 
James Greg Pace (Corbin) 
Dale W. Painter (Elizabethtown) 
M E Perry (Bowling Green) 
Bryan W, Puckett (Bowling Green) 
Michael Reeves (Vine Grove) 
Robert W. Rhea (Harlan) 
Jeffrey Richardson (Radcliff) 
Freddy Riggs (Bardstown) 
John Schurter (Fort Thomas) 
Chris Smith (Raccoon) 
Chuck Smith (Dayton) 
Mike sparks (Ashland) 
Tony Stephens (Summer Shade) 
Tony Trogolo (Owensboro) 
Claude Turner (Meta) 
Gary Lee Varney (Toler) 
Donald J. White (Loyall) 
Michael G. Woods (Louisville) 
George Lee Yeast (Harrodsburg) 
Philip F- Young (Bowling Green) 



CertNred 

Frank Bennett (Sturgis) 
Wally Bevins (Forest Hills) 
James A Branham (Lexington) 
David W, Brooks (Owensboro) 
Robert A, Brolge (Louisville) 
William G. Cantrell (Jenkins) 
Stephen W Carroll (Louisville) 
Larry V. Cornett (Lexington) 
Charles T. Curlin (Fulton) 
Anthony E. Curnutle (Lexington) 
Ron Dixon (Ashland) 
Randall K. Douglas (Richmond) 
Haywood Ferguson. Jr. (Richmond) 
Keith Griffith (Paducah) 
Mark G, Haberek (Ashland) 
Ernest Hall (Versailles) 
John David Hillner (Dry Ridge) 
Thomas W. Hudson (Baxter) 
Charles Hunter (Pineville) 
Stephen C. Lewis (Radcliff) 
Walter C Mason (Elizabethtown) 
Billy McGuire (Hopkinsville) 
Allen R. McKinney (Prestonsburg) 
Doug Newhosue (Florence) 
Rufus Rogers (Fort Knox) 
Rick Rolf (Independence) 
Clifford Schmidt, Jr (Lexington) 
John H. Shepherd (Dwale) 
David M. Stacy (Sidney) 
James E. Sykes (Huntington) 
James B Vernon (Louisville) 
James L Ward (Frakes) 



® 



1988-89 Certified 

and Approved 

Soccer Officials 



APPROVED 

Michael L. Ackerson (Louisville) 
Mark Adley (Lexington) 
Robert M Argo (Lexington) 
David Beihge (Louisville) 
James A. Bettis (Newport) 
William Bubenzer (Covington) 
Tom Clouser (Paducah) 
Troy E. Fraebel (Louisville) 
George B. Hardy (Paducah) 
John R. Howell (Glendale) 
Frederick C Ladt (Paducah) 
Andrew D. Lynn (Lexington) 
Wayne Noakes (Independence) 
Daniel Rmgwald {St. Louis) 
Thomas Sweeney (Lexington) 
Winchel Todd Vincent (Lexington) 



Certified 

Andre Johannes (Lexington) 
Dave W Kennedy (Paducah) 
Michael D Lee (Burlington) 
Steven P Savage (Richmond) 
C- F Schrader (Lexington) 
Robert L. Snook (Clarksville) 
George M. Taurman, III (Louisville) 
John J Tenerowicz(Jefferstontown) 
Mike Williams (Paducah) 







1988-89 Certified 

and Approved 
Volleyball Officials 



APPROVED 

Mary Bruenderman (Louisville) 
David J. Buerger (Elsmere) 
Susan Heichelbech (Louisville) 
Laura J Simmons (Louisville) 



CERTIFIED 

Kathi Campbell (Louisville) 
Ron Kordes (Louisville) 
John D. Smith (Louisville) 



SPECIAL NOTICES 

K.H.S.A.A. Handbook 



The Kentucky High School Athletic Association has printed 
a handbook for 1988-89. Included in the handbook is a 
calendar of events, a section on general information about the 
K.H.S.A.A., a listing of member schools and their personnel. 
Constitution and By-Laws, Officials Handbook and Officials 
Directory. 

The Handbook is available to coaches, officials and other 
interested persons at a fee of $4.00 plus postage of $2.00 for 
one Handbook. Please send check or money order to 
Handbook, K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 
40522. 




THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1988 



PAGE FIVE 



o 



Minutes of the Annual Meeting 

Football Assigning Secretaries 

February 14 and 15, 1988 



The annual meeting of the football Assigning Secretaries 
was held February 14 and 15, 1988 at the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association The first session, to cover 
mechanics and field coverage, was convened at 2:30 p m 
with the following persons present — Joe Russell. Western 
Kentucky Conference, Harold Mischel, Big Eight, Jack 
Goodman. IVlid Kentucky; Don Metzger. Kentuckiana. Shirley 
Watts. Central Kentucky. Stan Steidel. Northern Kentucky: 
Don Stacy. 14th Region and Frank Firestine. 16th Region, In 
addition. Ray Canady of the 1 3th Region was represented by 
Andy Kersey, a referee from Corbin Also present was Billy 
Wise. Executive Assistant Commissioner. Julian Tackett. 
Sports Information Director. George IVIercker and Steve 
Ishmael of the Kentuckiana Association; and Bill Delaney of 
the Northern Kentucky Association 

Prior to the meeting, each Assigning Secretary was 
assigned a coverage area to discuss and report back to the 
group. This was in an effort to assist the Associations in 
becoming more uniform in their field coverages and 
mechanics, and to insure that the National Federation 
mechanics were being followed. It was the consensus of the 
group that the meeting be held in official session in order to 
vote on mechanical matters about which there was disagree- 
ment, and that session was therefore declared. 

The topics were then discussed in accordance with the 
following agenda — Pre-Game Meeting, pre-game responsi- 
bilities, and preventive officiating - Jack Goodman; Kick 
Coverage (punts, kickoffs. and anticipated short kicks) - 
Shirley Watts. Referee Duties and Responsibilities - Frank 
Firestine. Umpire Duties and Responsibilities including 
preventive officiating among the linemen, and measuring for 
the first down - Stan Steidel; Head Linesman/Field Judge 
Duties and Responsibilities - Layne Tackett; Back Judge 
Duties and Responsibilities - Ray Canady. Blocking - Legal 
and Illegal - Joe Russell; Running Play vs. Passing Play 
Coverage. Keys to Watch - Don Stacy. Penalty Administration 
- Harold tvlischel. Recruiting and Training of New Officials 
-Don (\/letzger; Protecting yourself and your Association - 
George Ivlercker. 

During Mr Watts elaboration on the kicking game, it 
became apparent that many of the Associations had varying 
manners of covering kick-offs and punts. It was then decided 
that this group would study the National Federation 
mechanics, and then derive a plan which all the Associations 
could utilize After considerable discussion, a motion was 
made by Shirley Watts, seconded by Stan Steidel. that the 
Federation mechanics for kickoff coverage for a four man 
crew be used strictly by the mechanics book. The motion also 
stated the following kickoff coverage for a five man crew. On 
the kickoff. the Referee shall maintain a position between the 
five yard line and the goal line on the press box side of the 
field, the Back Judge shall be in approximately ten to fifteen 
yards in advance of the referee on the side of the field 
opposite the press box, the Line Judge shall have the 
restraining line for the receiving team and shall depart to the 
Referee's side of the field while the Head Linesman shall have 
the restraining line for the kicking team and shall depart to the 
Back Judge's side of the field, the Umpire shall have 
responsibility for the kicker. It was also a part of the motion 
that the Line Judge and Linesman remain at the hash marks 
until all players are in the proper position, and then depart to 
the side of the field. The motion passed unanimously. 

The next discussion centered on the coverage for a free 
kick for a field goal after a fair catch In this case, the Back 
Judge and Line Judge shall be under the goal posts to judge 
the kick, the Umpire shall slide from his normal position to 
maintain the press box side of the field, the Linesman shall 



maintain the free kick line from the side of the field opposite 
the press box. and the referee shall be in normal position The 
motion to adopt was made by Don Stacy, seconded by Frank 
Firestine and passed unanimously It was then moved by 
Shirley Watts, seconded by Don fvletzger. that on ALL field 
goal attempts, the Back JudgeandLineJudgeshall be under 
the posts and the decision as to the success or failure of the 
field goal shall be theirs. This motion passed unanimously. 

Punt coverage was then discussed as to the incon- 
sistencies observed throughout the state It was agreed that 
the National Federation mechanics are to be followed and 
emphasis placed on the placement of the Back Judge, The 
Back Judge should be in between and slightly behind the two 
deep backs if two receivers are back to receive the kick, and 
slightly in front of the receiver on the Linesman's side if only 
one receiver is deep Motion by Shirley Watts, seconded by 
Don Metzger was approved unanimously 

While Mr Firestine was discussing the referee's respon- 
sibilities. It was agreed by the group, on a motion by Don 
Stacy which was seconded by Shirley Watts, that the officials 
will walk the captains out to the center of the field for the 
options before the start of the second half The Referee and 
one or both Judges (depending upon if four or five man crews 
are used), will walk the captains from the press box side of the 
field, and the Linesman and Umpire will walk out the captains 
from the side of the field opposite the press box It was 
emphasized that the Referee will not wait in the middle of the 
field but will follow the mechanic listed above. The motion 
passed unanimously 

In discussion of the responsibilities of the various positions. 
It was reiterated that the Back Judge is to keep the 25 second 
clock unless he is forced to keep the game clock on the field; 
that the Linesman and the Line Judge will give the extended 
arm signal if the man closest to that official is in the backfield 
It was also emphasized that the penalty flags are to be buried 
with no yellow visible Special notation was also made 
concerning the game uniform as it was reinforced that ALL of 
the officials in a given game shall wear the same type shirt 
(long or short sleeve), pants (shorts or knickers), and that if 
one official wears a jacket, they all shall wear them These 
Items were thereby moved by Frank Firestine. seconded by 
Joe Russell, and passed unanimously 

After Mr Metzger's presentation concerning the recruit- 
ment and training of new officials, a motion was made to 
recess until 8:30 the next morning, which was approved 

The Assigning Secretaries reconvened on Monday 
morning. February 15 at 8:30 at the K H.S.AA, offices. The 
meeting began with Mr Mercker's presentation of the recent 
changes in Kentucky liability law relative to incorporated 
entities, and a review of officiating litigation from throughout 
the country Of particular importance was the need for local 
official's associations to be incorporated to assist in the legal 
liability area Any Association desiring the specifics of the 
procedure to be incorporated were encouraged to contact 
Mr, Mercker in care of Turner & Mercker, 1900 Kentucky 
Home Life Building. 239 South Fifth Street. Louisville. KY 
40202, 

The business meeting then continued with a review of 
problems facing the Assigning Secretaries, Emphasis was 
placed on the recruitment and training of new officials, and on 
the requirement that all games assigned in an area be 
assigned thorugh that area's assigning secretary even if 
officials from another region are to be used. 

Post season assignments, particularly the state champion- 
ship game assignments, were then discussed, A plan was 
submitted which would call for a five year rotation of 
assignments for the final games with the number of assign- 
ments for the period based on the number of crews in the 
Association, A motion was made by Jack Goodman, 
seconded by Joe Russell, that the alternation plan be 
adopted. The motion was defeated 5-3, After considerable 
discussion, a motion was made by Harold Mischel. seconded 

Football Assigning Secretaries Minutes continued on Page 6. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1988 



Football Assigning Secretaries Minutes continued from Page 5 

by Shirley Watts, thiat Mr. Wise continue to be allowed to 
assign ttie crews from the areas he felt were most deserving 
of the games based on ability. The motion passed 5-3. 

The Assigning Secretaries then received a report from 
committee appointed to study the football ratings. This 
committee, composed of Don Metzger. Jack Goodman, Stan 
Steidel. Julian Tackett and Billy Wise, met during the football 
playoffs and prepared their recommendation. The recom- 
mendation was to adopt a plan for evaluating officials similar 
to the plan in place for basketball officials with the ratings to 
be compiled by the Association office. The plan would call for 
the following parameters — 1 ) Each Referee would carry two 
evaluation cards to each game and these cards would be 
given to the opposing coaches at the point in time when the 
equipment of each team was inspected; 2) That this rating 
card would be in the form of a postcard to be mailed to the 
Association office on the IVlonday following each contest: 3) 
That the coaches would continue to have 40% of the 
evaluation score, though their rating would be on a 100 point 
scale for ease in valuation: 4) That the Assigning Secretary 
would continue to have 45% of the evaluation score, thougn 
their rating would be on a 100 point scale for ease in 
valuation: 5) That the K.H.S.A.A. clinic (not a make-up clinic) 
would count five points, and the National Federation Part II 
test would count 5 points provided a score of 75% was 
attained: 6) That the ratings would be compiled through the 
eighth playing week in determining post-season assign- 
ments for this season and the ratings for the final four weeks 
would be attached to the 1989 score: 7) That the Assigning 
Secretaries would be mailed the totals after the ninth week for 
use in recommending post season assignments: 8) That the 
same policy for ratings release be utilized in football as in 
basketball m that the official would be entitled to know what 
schools rated them BUT NOT THE INDIVIDUAL RATING (this 
information would be available from the Assigning Secretary 
following the season), and 9) That the system be re-evaluated 
at the 1989 meeting. 

During discussion of the recommendation, mention was 
made of the particular problems facing a crew who worked 



CHEMICAL HEALTH 



several "tough" contests vs. a crew who worked "easier" 
contests, and the potential for lack of response by the 
schools. It was recommended that the schools who do not 
rate be denied future scratch and rating privileges for the next 
season. After a brief discussion, a motion was made by Don 
Metzger, seconded by Stan Steidel, that the ratings system 
recommendation be adopted. The motion passed unanimously. 

The Assigning Secretaries were then told that the 
disqualification card was being revised and that a recom- 
mendation was being made to the Board of Control 
concerning a stiffer penalty for persons ejected from a 
contest. They were also reminded of the urgency from both an 
administrative, and a legal standpoint, of the timely reporting 
of any person disqualified from a game. 

The Assigning Secretaries were then advised that a 
proposal was being made for a raise for football officials and 
the decision would be known by the April meeting of the 
Board Subjects such as problems with scratch lists (indi- 
vidual vs crew scratch), split crew assignments and the dress 
code then were discussed with no action taken, however, it 
was emphasized by Mr. Wise that the K.H.S.A.A. is opposed to 
split crews and would favor neutral crews as an alternative. 
The Secretaries were informed of the registration deadlines, 
June 30 for re-registering officials ($17), October 15 for new 
officials ($17). and an absolute deadline of October 15 for 
re-registenng, with those officials re-registering between 
July 1 and October 15 being charged $27. The secretaries 
were also in unanimous agreement that if a crew or official is 
officiating a contest on a night when a local association 
meeting is held, that official should be given credit for 
attendance at that meeting. 

The Assigning Secretaries then requested that Mr. Wise 
continue to utilize the two day format as an effective training 
tool, however, they did request that the meeting not coincide 
with Valentines Day in the future. The 1 989 meeting was date 
was then announced as February 19 and 20, in Lexington. 
There being no further business, there was a motion by Don 
Metzger. seconded by Joe Russell that the meeting adjourn, 
and It was approved. 



Youth: follow warning signs 



m 



by Iron Eyes Cody 



Target 



On film in Hollywood I have played many American Indian 
roles — the warrior, the medicine man, the chief wearing his 
double-tailed eagle headdress and smoking the pipe of 
peace 

And in a TV spot for the "Keep America Beautiful" 
campaign, I was an Indian drifting alone in a canoe. As I saw 
how our waters were being polluted, a single tear rolled down 
my cheek, telling the whole story. All three versions of my 
public-service "tear" commercial are still on TV after 17 
years But now I have another story to tell, an old legend, with 
a warning as potent as that tear. 

Many years ago, Indian youths would go away in solitude to 
prepare for manhood. One such youth hiked into a beautiful 
valley, green with trees, bright with flowers. There he fasted. 
But on the third day, as he looked up at the surrounding 
mountains, he noticed one tall rugged peak, capped with 
dizzling snow. 

I will test myself against that mountain, he thought. He put 
on his buffalo-hide shirt, threw his blanket over his shoulders 
and set off to climb the peak. 

When he reached the top he stood on the rim of the world. 
He could see forever, and his heart swelled with pride. Then 
he heard a rustle at his feet, and looking down, he saw a 
snake. Before he could move, the snake spoke: 



"I am about to die," said the snake. "It is too cold for me up 
here and I am freezing. There is no food and I am starving. Put 
me under your shirt and take me down to the valley." 

"No." said the youth. "I am forewarned. I know your kind. 
You are a rattlesnake. If I pick you up, you will bite, and your 
bite will kill me." 

"Not so," said the snake. "I will treat you differently. If you do 
this for me, you will be special. I will not harm you." 

The youth resisted awhile, but this was a very persuasive 
snake with beautiful markings. At last the youth tucked it 
underhisshirtand carried it down to the valley. There he laid 
It gently on the grass, when suddenly the snake coiled, rattled 
and leapt, biting him on the leg. 

"But you promised," cried the youth. 

"You knew what I was when you picked me up," said the 
snake as it slithered away. 

And now, wherever I go, I tell that story. I tell it especially to 
the young people of this nation who might be tempted by 
drugs. I want them to remember the words of the snake: You 
knew what I was when you picked me up. 

Reprinted with permission from Guideposts magazine Copyright (c) 1988 by 
Guideposts Associates. Inc.. Carmel. New York 10512. 



From The Commissioner's Office K](Q)71^ ® (^iOf! 



FOOTBALL SCHOOLS REMINDED TO SUBMIT STATISTICS REPORTS 

With three more playing weeks in the season, it is important for high school 
football teams to remember to submit the statistics reports to this office so 
that deserving individuals can be recognized by the media and potentially, by 
collegiate officials. The forms were mailed to the Athletic Directors, to be 
forwarded to the person in charge of the school's football statistics. Thus 
far, we have received nearly a 50% response. This is tremendous in light of 
the fact that this is a new undertaking by this office. Please continue to 
respond. 

SELECTION OF BASKETBALL BENCH OFFICIALS IS IMPORTANT 

Often, during the basketball season, the Association office receives reports of 
irregularities in a game due to a lack of assigning competent bench officials 
to score and time the game. Schools should pay close attention to the 
selection of these persons. Adults should be chosen who have a knowledge of 
the rules, a sense of impartiality, an interest in the game, and who are alert, 
willing to serve, and able to concentrate on their duties. The Official 
Basketball Rules recommends the Official Scorer wear identifying apparel and 
his or her location be clearly marked. Schools should make every effort to 
abide by this recommendation during the season. 

From an article by M.F. Springer, the following tips are suggested -- 

1) Choose Adults. A high school senior or one of last June's graduates 
will have the interest and enthusiasm, but may lack the poise, 
impartiality and judgement. 

2) Choose someone who has had some playing, coaching or officiating 
experience. 

3) Choose officials who can and will be present at every home game. It may 
be an honor to act as Timer or Scorer, but it's not an honor which 
should be passed around every game. 

4) If faculty members are available for these jobs, they usually do the 
best work, though there are exceptions. 

5) Above all, choose someone with plenty of poise, good judgement, a sense 
of impartiality and one who you are sure will be able to forget the 
score and concentrate on his or her job. 

OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 
Bardstown High School needs Boys' Basketball games for 1988-89 on November 

29, December 16, January 17, and February 21. Contact Garnis Martin 

(502)348-5913. 
North Bullitt needs girls games on 12/6/88, 1/3/89, 1/31/89, and 2/23/89. 

Interested schools should contact Phil Berry, (502)957-2187. 
Pikeville needs boys games December 23 through January 2, home or away, 

would consider tournament. Also need game on February 21. Contact Ken 

Trivette, A.D. 
Frederick Fraize needs boys' basketball games for November 15 and 29, 

December 2 and 6, preferably at home. Also open at January 6, 27 and 

31, and February 7, 17, 20 and 24. Contact Bob Geoghegan, 

(502)788-3388. 



TRANSFER RULE CLARIFICATION AND INTERPRETATION 

For this school year only, domestic transfer students who 



completed pr 
Rule as in 
July meeting 
rule which 
first day o 
students who 
be completed 



ior to the opening day of school shall be governed 
place for the 1987-88 school year. This action was 

of the Board of Control so that students would not 
they had no prior notice of enforcement. All tran 
f school will be governed by the new rule. This me 

transfer following the first day of school, a trans 
irrespective of prior participation at the former sc 



se transfer was 
by the Transfer 
executed at the 
be subject to a 
sfers after the 
ans that on all 
fer form should 
hool . 



The Board also phased in the effect on the foreign exchange students for the 
same reason, as the agencies and the students would not have had a copy of the 
new regulation in hand in time to allow for just enforcement. Therefore, all 
foreign exchange students whose application was made to an approved agency (as 
listed on the 1987-88 Foreign Exchange Transfer Blank) prior to July 1, would 
be treated and enforced by the Transfer Rule as in effect for the 1987-88 
school year, and would be required to complete the Foreign Exchange Transfer 
Blank in order for an eligibility determination to be made. Foreign students 
requesting exchange through an approved agency following July 1 would be 
subject to the new regulation, and would therefore be ineligible for 36 school 
weeks unless at least one of the four exceptions (a through d) detailed in the 
Transfer Rule were satisfied. 

It is important to remember that the Commissioner may not waive the period of 
ineligibility for any reason if 1) there is evidence of recruitment or 2) the 
transfer is for athletic advantage as detailed on page 10 of the Handbook. 

OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

With the 1988 season nearly over, many schools have begun work on 1989 
schedules with consideration for two year contracts to cover the remainder of 
the alignment period (1989 and 1990). With this in mind, please submit your 
open dates to this office so that we may again compile a list to assist you in 
scheduling. Please submit these open dates in writing and include 1) the game 
date desired, 2) 1989 site desired if you have a preference, and 3) a contact 
name and daytime phone number. We will publish the list beginning with the 
October issue. 



Week Three (September 1) 
Contact Pete Adkins 

Week Four (September 8), 
a game with a Kentu 
1500 students, top 
in 1990. Contact No 

Week Five (September 15) 
Contact Pete Adkins 

Week Seven (September 29 
Contact Pete Adkins 

Week Eight (October 6) 
Contact Pete Adkins 

Week Nine (October 13) 
Contact Pete Adkins 



1989 - Jefferson City, Jefferson City, Missouri. 
(314)636-7171. 

1989 - Perry Meridian in Indianapolis is seeking 
cky school. They are Indiana Class 5A (approximately 

three grades). Desire home game in 1989, road game 
ah Ellis, (317)882-4229. 

1989 - Jefferson City, Jefferson City, Missouri. 
(314)636-7171. 

) 1989 - Jefferson City, Jefferson City, Missouri. 
(314)636-7171. 

1989 - Jefferson City, Jefferson City, Missouri. 
(314)636-7171. 

1989 - Jefferson City, Jefferson City, Missouri. 
(314)636-7171. 



With the enforcement 
important to keep up 
Assessment (ACT test) . 

Test Date 

12/10/88 

02/11/89 

04/15/89 

06/10/89 



A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1988-89 

of the NCAA Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 
with the test dates for the American College Testing 

For this school year, the schedule is as follows: 
Regular Postmark Deadline Late Dead! ine 
11/11/88 11/29/88 

01/13/89 01/31/89 

03/17/89 04/04/89 

05/12/89 05/30/89 



PARTICIPATION RISES IN ATHLETICS 

According to figures released by the National Federation, participation in high 
school athletics increased for the fourth straight year in 1987-88, as more 
than 5.2 million boys and girls were involved in interscholastic sports. 
Figures obtained from the 50 state Association offices and the District of 
Columbia and compiled by the National Federation show that 5,275,461 boys and 
girls were involved in athletics last year, an increase of 75,203 from 
1986-87. 



The overall increase of 75,023 is the 
Among boys sports, football is still 
participants with slightly less than one 
basketball remains second with 524,606 
(outdoor), third with 431,009. Soccer 
fastest growing sport, up 179 schools 
schools in Kentucky alone. 



largest single year rise in 10 years, 
the most popular activity in terms of 
million (949,279) boys involved while 

participants and track and field 
continued to stake its claim as the 

nationwide, including 18 additional 



Basketball is once again the most popular sport for girls, both in terms of 
participants and schools offering the sport. With 392,047 participants, 
basketball continues to lead over outdoor track and field (326,694) and 
volleyball (292,883). 

IMPORTANT NOTICE CONCERNING DISQUALIFICATIONS 

By Board of Control action, all participants and/or coaches who are ejected 
from a contest for unsportsmanlike conduct shall be suspended from competition 
for a minimum of one game. 

With this in mind, it is important to adhere to the following procedure should 
a representative of your school be ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct. 1) Be 
sure you receive a disqualification card from the contest official; 2) Contact 
this office in writing to request reinstatement of the participant; 3) Inform 
the participant/coach of the suspension. You will be notified by return mail 
as to the end of the suspension, and the date or day when the player/coach will 
be eligible to return to competition. Contests officials are reminded to use 
an ink pen and to press hard as the third copy is often illegible if done in 
pencil . 

*NOTE* Any person who is suspended from a contest may not dress for that 
contest in game uniform. They will however be covered by the catastrophic 
insurance policy insofar as practice is concerned unless you are otherwise 
notified. 




ATHLETIC TRAINING SOCIETY TO GIVE SCHOLARSHIPS 

Your student athletic trainers may be eligible for college scholarships offered 
from the Kentucky Athletic Trainers Society. For more information and an 
application, please contact Mr. Tom Simmons, Chairman, Scholarship Committee, 
Murray State University Athletic Department, Murray, Ky 42071. 



With the 
Federation 
Way" 
will 



help 
will 



be 

December 5-7 

be the first 



NATIONAL FEDERATION TO PRODUCE NEW FOOTBALL FILM 

of the Ohio High School Athletic Association, the National 



the Ruedlinger Companies and Nike, Inc. 



producing a new football rules film-- "Football, the Right 
in Columbus, Ohio. The 28 minute film and video cassette 
football production since 1985 (Football Now -- Contact by 

The film, which 
is sponsored by 



the Rules) and will focus on rules changes since that time, 
will be released next summer and available for the 1989 season, 



Richard L. Armstrong, Commissioner of the OHSAA, Blair Irvin, Assistant 
Commissioner, and Fred Dafler, Associate Commissioner and first vice-chairman 
of the Football Rules Committee, will represent the Ohio Association on the 
technical staff. Fritz McGinness, assistant director of the National 
Federation, is the production coordinator of the film. He will be assisted by 
Dick Schindler, National Federation assistant director and editor of the high 
school football rules. 

"Football The Right Way" will be filmed at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center on 
the campus of Ohio State University in Columbus. Daniel Meiner, assistant 
athletic director at Ohio State will be the coordinator of activities at the 
facility. The film will be produced by Earl Miller productions of Austin, 
Texas. The film is sanctioned and sponsored by the National Federation, the 
National Federation Football Rules Committee, the National Federation 
Interscholastic Coaches Association and the National Federation Interscholastic 
Officials Association. 

THANKS TO THE N.F.I.O.A. 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association would like to thank the National 
Federation Interscholastic Officials Association for their help by mailing the 
rules books to Kentucky football and basketball officials. The football books 
were mailed in early August, while the basketball books were mailed in early 
September and most officials have already received them. This is a tremendous 
service and is done as a courtesy by the National Federation which allows this 
office to save the cost of shipping the books as well as many other 
administrative costs. 



APPROVED DATES FOR BOYS & GIRLS STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 1988-1992 

Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky 

F. Dudgeon Civic Center, Frankfort, Kentucky 

Bowling Green, Kentucky 

Freedom Hall, Louisville, Kentucky 

Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky 

F. Dudgeon Civic Center, Frankfort, Kentucky 

Site to be Determined 

Site to be Determined 



1989 


- Boys 


- March 


15 - 


18 




Girls 


- March 


22 - 


25 


1990 


- Girls 


- March 


14 - 


17 




Boys 


- March 


21 - 


24 


1991 


- Boys 


- March 


13 - 


16 




Girls 


- March 


20 - 


23 


1992 


- Boys 


- March 


18 - 


21 




Girls 


- March 


25 - 


28 




THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1988 PAGE SEVEN 




[RELEASE Should Coaches Be Medically Certified? 

To recognize the need for high school coaches to be knowledgeable in the medical aspects of their field, one 
need only examine the increasing number of sports injuries and related lawsuits. With the increased participation in 
interscholastic sports in the last decade, the number of injuries also has risen. 

The National Safety Council reported that 14,220 interscholastic male athletes suffered injuries in 1972, 
compared to 14,71 9 in 1982. Forfemales, 450 were reportedly injured in 1972, while 3,362 athletes were harmed by 
sport accidents in 1982. 

Regarding the nature of these injuries, one two-year study of athletes in 19 sports at four high schools by J.G. 
Garrick and R.K. Regua revealed that two-thirds of the injuries were sprains and strains (ankle Sprains being the 
most common), 39 percent of the injuries required a physician's examination and 2 percent required hospitalization. 

The study, published in 1 981 by The Physician and Sportsmedicine, found that the highest injury rate for males 
was in football (81 injuries per 100 participants), followed closely by wrestling (75 injuries per 100 participants). 
Among females, gymnasts suffered the most injuries (39.8 injuries per 100 participants) with cross-country 
participants a close second (34.6 injuries per 100 participants). 

Legal Precedents. Sports injury lawsuits have arisen in athletics as a result of unnecessary physical harm to 
athletes, failure of coaches to make proper referrals to physicians, the injured players returning to action too soon 
and failure or delay in providing proper first aid and medical care. (America's suit-happy climate has also been the 
cause of many frivolous lawsuits being filed). 

In the Welch vs. Dunsmuir Joint Union High School Districtcase in 1 958, a student football player in California was 
injured during a tackle. Suspecting a neck injury, the coach had the boy move his fingers and grip the coach's hand. 
The coach then allowed eight players to pick up the plaintiff by his arms and legs and carry him to the sideline. At that 
point, the boy was unable to move his hands and feet as before. 

As a result of this action, the player became a quadriplegic, and the coaci was found guilty of malfeasance for not 
removeing the on a stretcher. 

In the 1970 Mogabgab vs. Orleans Parish Board case in Louisiana, a football player sustained heat stroke and 
exhaustion during practice and later died. The coaches were found guilty of negligence for not rendering adequate 
first aid or contacting a physician in sufficient time. 

A similar case involving heat prostration, Lovitt vs. Concord School District, resulted in the Michigan Court of 
Appeals ruling in 1975 that the doctrine of governmental immunity does not protect coaches. The court found that 
coaches have to account for their personal actions. 

Legal liability for participants' safety and emergency care may extend beyond the coach to include administrators 
and school boards. 

In Vargo vs. Svitchan in 1 981 , a Michigan principal was held responsible for a coach's actions when a student was 
required to lift weights, which resulted in injury. 

Furthermore, in the 1978 Thomas vs. Chicago Board of Education case, an Illinois appellate court held that 
coaches and school districts were co-liable for negligence in injury cases when players were not forewarned of the 
hazards of the game. 

Expectations vs. Reality. It is a commonly accepted rule of law that a school is expected to provide its athletes with 
reasonable medical services during practices and games. 

Although most administrators endorse, in principle, the use of certified athletic trainer, with a physician and 
emergency medical technicians present at high school athletic contests, many school districts do not provide 
resources for these services. Furthermore, many accidents occur during practice sessions when medical 
personnel are less likely to be present. 

In most junior and senior high school situations, despite assistance from part-time athletic trainers, the coach 
provides much of the care of injuries in practice or play. Even though this individual may lack formal training in 
emergency treatment, a coach is expected to act in a reasonable, prudent manner. The coach's legal commitment to 
the players includes providing a safe environment, anticipating injuries, recognizing the difference between minor 
complaints and serious injuries, and rendering first aid when necessary. 

Ultimately, the coach decides upon the injured athlete's return to action. Because of this duty to the athlete, 
knowledge in prevention and care of athletic injuries should complement a coach's technical expertise. 

A 1 980 survey of head football coaches in Texas high schools in Texas Coach revealed that only 33 percent felt 
competent in preventing and dealing with athletic injuries. Seventy-seven percent approved of a special 
designation on a coach's teaching certification to indicate such training. 

Although physical educators are considered prime candidates for coaching postions, many feel inadequately 
prepared for the responsibilities. Furthermore, in most secondary schools, coaching positions outnumber the 
physical educators. 

Recognizing a lack of formal preparation among many of their coaches, some administrators advocate minors in 
coaching or certification. l\Jews Release continued on Page 8. 



PAGE EIGHT THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1988 

News Release continued from Page 7. 

Coaching Certification. Concerned by the lack of written state policies pertaining to the selection of athletic 
coaches, the American Alliance of Health, Physical Education and Recreation in 1974 endorsed the premise that 
individual states should establish coaching certification standards. The organization established a task force that 
formulated a list of categories of desired coaching competencies, including competencies in the medical/legal 
aspects; sociological/psychological, physiological and kinesiological principles of performance; and techniques in 
coaching. 

A primary reason for opposition to mandated certification, according to directors of state athletic associations, is 
the restriction on use of emergency coaches where personnel shortages exist. Volunteer and emergency coaches 
generally are limited in coaching and supervisory backgrounds. 

Another recognized reason for opposition is that additional educational requirements, coupled with long hours 
and low pay, could discourage some valuable individuals from entering the coaching profession. 

Some believe a "softer" approach to the issue is a program of voluntary certification with appropriate recognition 
for those who are certified. Yet, a few states have placed the student's safety and welfare above all the hiring hurdles " 
and have instituted mandatory coaching certification/endorsement. 

State Mandates. To determine which states have established mandatory coaching certification programs for their 
head coaches, and whether the endorsed standards required the successful completion of course work in the area 
of medical aspects of competency, a letter was sent to the certification division of each state's department of 
education. This letter requested information on the availibility of coaching certification and specific requirements of 
existing programs. Follow-up contacts by telephone were made when clarification was necessary. Responsed 
were received from all 50 states. 

According to the certification divisions, eight states — New York, Wyoming, Arkansas, Minnesota, Rhode Island, 
Iowa, Connecticut and South Dakota— have established mandatory coaching certification for their head athletic 
coaches. The required course work of the various state certification standards ranged from Red Cross first aid 
courses to the completion of 1 8 quarter hours in coaching-related courses . 

All of the eight states required course work or competency in the medical aspectsof coaching. Two of the states 
specifically required training in both first aid and care and prevention of athletic injuries, while the other six states 
specified that knowledge in one of the courses would suffice. 

In addition to the eight states mandating certification for athletic coaches, three states — Oklahoma, Oregon and 
Utah — offer optional endorsements. 

Oklahoma's standards require 12 semester hours of course work to include care and prevention of athletic 
injuries, and human growth and development. 

Oregon designated a first aid card teaching credential of its head coaches, it strongly recommends a minor in 
coaching with evidence of competencies in seven areas of coaching, including care and prevention of injuries, and 
human growth and development. 

North Dakota does not have a certification program per se, but requires all full-time coaches to be physical 
education majors or minors. 

Proper Training. Certification of coaches provides some assurance that interscholastic coaches, despite their 
field or academic preparation, have a minimal knowledge in the rudiments of coaching. Of the eight states requiring 
some form of coaching certification (other than a teaching certificate), all demanded course work in the medical 
aspects. 

Training in the care and prevention of athletic injuries should supplement first aid in the coach's preparation and 
should be reflected in the certification standards. 

Although first aid knowledge would assist the coach in life-threatening emergencies, numerous other soprt- 
related injuries will require the coach's attention and appropriate referral. In addition, the area of prevention of 
injuries may not be addressed in a first aid course and this is a vital part of the coach's supervisory liability. 

Morally and legally, coaches and administrators are expected to afford athletes a standard of care in preventing 
and attending to sport injuries. To ensure proper training in the medical aspects of athletics, specific certification 
standards addressing these areas should be mandated by all states. 

Furthermore, consideration should be given to incorporating evidence of updated skills in state standards for 
recertification. To assist in this process, colleges and universitites should make these courses readily available to 
present and potential coaches through summer workshops and evening offerings. 



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PAGE NINE 







1988-89 NATIONAL FEDERATION FOOTBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PARTI 



These interpretations of the National Federation Rules do not set aside nor modify 
any rule They are made and published by the National Federation of State High 
School Associations in response to situations presented, 

PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Official's Manual - Page 74 - V-A-2a - change "15" to "25." 
Official's Manual - Page 86 - lll-A-4 - change "umpire" to "back judge." 
Case Book - Page 62 - 92 ID - Ruling - "Legal " 
Illustrated - Page 85 - bottom - delete "loss of down " 

SITUATION #1 : K is in punt formation with K1 in punting position on 4th and 1 5 

from K's 35-yard line. While the snap is m flight, R1 grabs the center's face mask 

which IS immediately followed by an inadvertent whistle. 

RULING: If the penalty is accepted for the foul, the inadvertent whistle is 

disregarded The penalty is assessed from the previous spot as it occurred during 

a loose ball play If the penalty is declined, the inadvertent whistle dictates that the 

down will be replayed (4-2-3a) 

SITUATION #2: Blocker A1 charges through the neutral zone and blocks Bl with 

open hands and arms fully extended 

RULING: The blocking technique is legal wherever blocking by Team A is 

permitted (2-2-2) 

SITUATION #3: Lineman A1 retreats immediately after the snap on a play which 

results in a: (a) forward pass: or (b) a backward pass; or (c) a punt; or (d) a field goal 

attempt, In all cases A1 contact Bl with open hands within his own frame and 

withm 81 "s frame 

RULING: A legal blocking technique m all situations. (2-2-2) 

SITUATION #4: A1 takes a few steps downfield after the snap and with open hands 

blocks Bl Quarterback A2 throws a completed pass (a) behmd the line, or (b) 

beyond the line. 

RULING; A legal block in (a) but offensive pass interference in {b) (2-2-2;7-5-6) 

SITUATION #5: A1 runs a pass route and pushes off Bl (a) before, or (b) after 82 

deflects A2's pass just after it is released The ball continues m flight and lands 

incomplete beyond the line 

RULING: In {a) the contact by A1 is offensive pass interference In (b) no foul has 

occurred as AVs contact was after restrictions had ended because of B2s 

touching. (7-5-6 Exp. 2) 

SITUATION #6: Lineman A1 retreats to pass block immediately after the snap. A1 

keeps his hands within his own frame and as Bl rushes, he contacts Bl m the 

chest area A1 has his forearms only partially extended on contact but forcefully 

pushes Bl in completing the block. A1 repeats this lactic as Bl attempts to get to 

the passer 

RULING: Legal technique (2-2-2) 

SITUATION #7: As ball, first and 10 from its own 40-yard line A1 advances to B's 

30 on a running play During the down. A2 goes out-of-bounds voluntarily at his 

45, reenters the field at the 50 and is blocked by Bl at B's 45-yard line and he 

blocks B2 at B's 40. (a) At what point did A2 "hinder" an opponent; or (b) is this A2's 

only foul? 

RULING: In (a) the foul for illegal participation occurs at B's 45 when contact is 

made; and (b) it is a similar foul at B's 40 The result is a multiple fould and 8 will 

have a choice of which penalty to accept A2 is hindering an opponent if contact 

occurs or effort is required to avoid it. Also, if a receiver draws coverage he has 

obviously hindered the opponent, (9-6-1) 

SITUATION #8: On 4th and 20 from midfield, A1 drops back and passes to A2 who 

is running a crossing pattern Both A2 and defender Bl try to get to the ball and do 

not make contact, (a) A2, or (b) Bl intentionally contacts the ball with his lower leg 

and it falls incomplete 

RULING: A foul for illegal kicking is charged in (a) and (b), A 15 yard penalty is 

enforced from the previous spot in both situations. (9-7-1) 

SITUATION #9: The score is tied 6-6 with time running out in the game. During the 

last down. Ai bobbles a pass in the end zone and it falls incomplete Ai,in disgust, 

curses loudly The covering official immediately drops his penalty marker Time 

had expired during the pass 

RULING: The unsportsmanlike foul is enforced from the succeeding spot if an 

overtime is authorized- The start of the overtime is the enforcement spot for any 

nonplayer or unsportsmanlike which occurred during the last down or during a try. 

It IS also the succeeding spot for any dead ball foul which occurs following a 

touchdown and before or after a try. (10-4-1) 

SITUATION #10: It is 4th and 15 from A's 40-yard line when AI drops back and 

completes a forward pass to A2 on A's 35, A2 immediately throws a pass toward A3 

at B's 35-yard line. 81 makes no attempt to intercept A2s pass and blocks A3 

preventing him from getting to the ball. 

RULING: No foul by Bl as restrictions for 8 ended when the first pass was touched 

by A2 (7-5-6 Exp. 5) 

SITUATION #11: K1 s untouched punt: (a) rolls to a stop; or (b) is bouncing, on R's 

5-yard line K2 dives to down or recover the ball and his helmet contacts it The ball 

rolls into R's end zone 

RULING: In (a) the ball became dead immediately when K2 touched a scrimmage 

kick at rest beyond the line In (b) since force is not a factor on kicks going into R's 

end zone, the result is a touchback or R may take the ball at the spot it was first 

touched by K2, (2-8;4-2-2f;6-2-6) 



SITUATION #12: Rl catchesakickoff on his own 2-yard line and attempts a return 

In order to avoid a tackier, Rl retreats into his end zone The covering official 

blows his whistle at this point. 

RULING: The kick ended when Rl caught it. When Rl voluntarily took the ball into 

his end zone and tt became dead there in his possession, it would normally be a 

safety However, since the whistle was sounded madverlently and Rl was in 

possession, R will have the choice of taking the play or asking for a replay of the 

down. (4-2-3c.8-5-2a) 

SITUATION #13: Quarterback AI takes the snap from center and immediately 

pitches the ball back to A2 A2 fakes a sweep and then throws a completed forward 

pass to AI who has gone downfield 20 yards 

RULING: A legal play as AI is an eligible receiver (7-5-5a) 

SITUATION #14: K1 punts from his own 10 and the bail goes straight up in the air. 

The ball comes down on K's 9 and rolls to a stop on the 5-yard line Rl tries to 

recover but contacts the ball with his shoulder and forces it into K's end zone The 

tiall IS at rest in the end zone, but no player of either team attempts to recover it The 

covering official finally sounds his whistle 

RULING: Since Rl forced the ball into K's end zone and it became dead therewith 

no player in possession, it is a touchback. (8-5-3b) 

SITUATION #15: Kl's kickoff from K's 40 bounces on R's 48 and is recovered by 

K2 K2 advances to K's 45-yard line 

RULING: The ball should have been blown dead when K2 recovered K may retain 

possession but may not advance a free kick (4-2-2f:6- 1 - 1 ) 

SITUATION #16: Kl's punt from R's 35 is beyond the line when Rl gives a fair 

catch signal. As Rl moves toward the kick K2 interferes: (a) m R's end zone, or (b) 

on R's 2-yard line In both cases the kick is recovered by R2 on the 5-yard line 

RULING: In (a) R may have the penalty enforced from the goal line with an awarded 

catch or penalize from the previous spot. In (b) R may choose and awarded catch 

and have the penalty enforced from the 2-yard line or from Ihe previous spot. If the 

previous spot is chosen, it results in a replay of the down In both (a)and{b), Rmay 

take the results of the play (6-5 Pen.. 10-5-3) 

SITUATION #17: With 3rd and 5 at As 35, AI s forward pass strikes the umpire at 

As 42-yard line The ball caroms to ineligible A2 who catches it at his (a) 33, or (b) 

38-yard line A2 advances to midfield 

RULING: The status of the ball is not affected by touching - or bemg touched - by 

the inbounds umpire The results of the play are the same as if the ball had not hit 

the umpire. In (a) it is an illegal pass and m (b) it ts offensive pass interference. 

(7-5-2c,6b) 

SITUATION #18: With 4th and goal from B's 12, AI lobs a pass near the end line. A2 

gams control of the ball while m the air. but his arms contact a part of a soccer goal 

before he lands m the end zone. The soccer goal is permanently attached to the 

crossbar and uprights. 

RULING; No score as A2 is out-of-bounds when he touches anything other than a 

game official or another player on or outside the end line 

SITUATION #19: Team A is granted a time-out and Ihe coach comes to the huddle. 

It appears that AI may have been injured on the last play, however, upon 

examination. AI remains m the game. 

RULING: Legal procedure Even though AI may have been injured to some extent. 

the situation does not require AI to leave the game for at least one down. AI was 

not discovered to be miured by an official during a dead ball and the clock 

stopped, the ready play was not delayed for him, and the clock was not stopped for 

him (3-5-8) 

SITUATION #20: Rl and R2 both signal for a fair catch of a punt. Rl muffs the ball 

and il caroms m the air and R2 catches it R requests to free kick 

RULING: Even though Rl did not make the catch, it is a fair catch since R2 had also 

given a signal. The option to free kick is available to R. (6-5-2.3) 

SITUATION #21 : Rl is running near a sideline as he attempts to catch a free kick in 

flight. Rl has: (a) both feet inbounds; or (b) one foot on the sideline, when he 

reaches through the plane of the sideline The ball bounces off his hands and 

lands out-of-bounds The ball was beyond the sideline plane when touched by Rl . 

RULING: In (a) the ball is not out-of-bounds until it hits the ground there. Since Rl 

touched It last, the ball will be put in play at the inbounds spot In (b) since Rl is 

out-of-bounds when the ball is touched, the kicker has caused the ball to be 

out-of-bounds as it was beyond the plane of the sideline when first touched Rl 

(6-1-9) 



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1988-89 NATIONAL FEDERATION FOOTBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 



These interpretatjons of the National Federation Rules do not set aside nor modify 
any rule 

PUBLICATIONS CORRECTIONS 

Rule Book-Page 60-5th line-change "minimum" to "maximum." 

SITUATION #22: It is 4th and 1 for K from its own 1 5-yard tine. K1 fakes a kick and 

runs beyond the line and kicks the ball at the 20. The kicked ball (a) IS caught by K2 

at K's 30 and he is downed there: or (b) goes out-of-bounds at midfield; or (c) 

comes to rest on K's 45 and no player of either team will touch it sot the covering 

official sounds his whistie. 

RULING: Since the kick is illegal, none of the kicking rules or restrictions are in 

effect. In (a), (b) and (c) if the penalty for the illegal kick IS declined. It will be K's ball 

1st and 10 from the yard line where the ball became dead (2-15-4:9-7-1) 

SITUATION #23: With 4th and goal from B's 1 0, A1 runs to B's 5 wherer he fumbles 

the ball. A2 kicks the loose ball into B's end zone where A3 falls on it. 

RULING: If the penalty is declined it is a touchdown for A. If the penalty for the 

illegal kick is accepted it will be enforced from the spot of the kick. (2-15:9-7-1) 

SITUATION #24: Kl runs beyond the line and then kicks the ball downfield An 

official inadvertently sounds his whictle while the kicked ball is in flight. 

RULING: R may accept the penalty tor the illegal kick as the foul occurred before 

the whistle The penalty enforcement spot is where the ball was kicked. If the 

penalty is declined the inadvertent whistle coverage dictates the ball be returned 

to K as the spot of the kick and the down counts. (4-2-3b) 

SITUATION #25: Rl catches the opening kickotf on his own 22 and returns it to K's 

10 where he is hit and fumbles. Kl attempts to recover the loose ball but 

accidentally contacts (t with his shoe and the ball rolls into K's end zone, Players of 

both teams surround the ball but nobody touches it. The covering official sounds 

his whistle to end the down. 

RULING: If the covering official judges that Kl added a new force to the loose ball 

which caused it to go into the end zone, it is a safety. If the fumble by Rl is the force 

which caused the ball to go into the end zone, it is a touchdown for R. 

(8-2-2;8-5-3c) 

SITUATION #26: B1 intercepts a pass on his own 3-yard line and his momentum 

takes him into the end zone where he is tackled The game clock showed 4 

seconds remaining in the 4th period when the ball became dead 

RULING: Since the ball became dead behind the goal line, the clock will start on 

the snap even though the ball is put in play at the spot of the interception. (3-4 -3d) 

SITUATION #27: On the last timed down of the 4th period, it is K's ball 4th and 10 

from Its own 2-yard line. Kl'spuntishighand very short, Rl signals for a fair catch 

at K's 16. but he IS contacted by K2 before he can attempt a catch Rl muffs the kick 

which It then recovered by K3 at K's 20. 

RULING: If R accepts an awarded fair catch and has the penalty enforced, it would 

move the ball to K's 8-yard line. Rcould then free kick for a field goal Since the foul 

was committed by K, R's free kick line may be moved inside R's 5-yard line and R 

would have to be lined up at least 2 yards m the end zone. (10-4-5) 

SITUATION #28: Following a fair catch, a request to free kick is made. Kl 's kick 

from R's 20-yard line is unsuccessful, but Rl blocked Kl illegally. K informs the 

referee that they would like to free kick again following penalty enforcement. 

RULING: Since the enforcement of the penalty for Rl's foul would take the ball 

mside R's 1 5-yard line, the penalty cannot be enforced immediately. If K wished to 

free kick again, it would have to be from the 20 and the penalty would be enforced 

from the succeeding spot following the kick. However, if K wished to snap the ball, 

the penalty could be enforced immediately to R's 10-yard line. (6-5-3: 

9-3-31:10-4-5) 

SITUATION #29: Following a fair catch of a punt from the end zone, the ball is put 

in play with a snap. The ball is snapped at B's 38-yard line and advanced by Al to 

the 26-yard line During the run. B1 grabs Al 's face mask. Team A decides to free 

kick following penalty enforcement. 

RULING: Even though the ball will be placed on the 13-yard line following 

enforcement, a free kick may be made from inside the 14 as the foul was by B 

during a running play. The free kick lines will be established at the 13 and at the 

3-yard line. (6-5-3:10-4-5) 

SITUATION #30: Following a fair catch on B's 25-yard line, A decides to free kick 

for a field goal. During the kick. Rl commits a spearing foul. The field goal attempt 

is unsuccessful. The captain of K informs the officials that they wish to have the 

penalty enforced and free kick again. The referee explains to him that the penalty 

cannot be enforced now, but will tie prior to the play following the free kick. This 

field goal attempt is: (a) successful: or (b) unsuccessful as the ball hits the upright 

and is deflected away from the goal. 

RULING: In (a) K will kickoff from R's 45-yard line. In (b). it will be R's ball 1st and 10 

from R's 10-yard line. (8-4-1;10-4-5) 

SITUATION #31: Following a fair catch on R's 14-yard line, K decides to free kick 

for a field-goal attempt. 

RULING: The free kick may be made from inside R's 1 5-yard line since no foul by R 

caused the ball to be inside R's 15-yard line. (10-4-5) 



SITUATION #32: Al is hit and he fumbles on B's 2-yard line and the ball rolls into 

the end zone. Thereafter: (a) the ball is declared dead in the end zone when no 

player of either team attempts to recover; or(b) the bail rolls out-of-bounds beyond 

the end line 

RULING: In (a) it is a touchdown for Team A, In (b). it is a touchback. (8-2-2:8-5-30 

SITUATION #33: Al is hit and fumbles on B's 6-yard line Bl attempts to recover 

the ball but instead muffs the ball and forces it into the end zone. The ball is 

declared dead in the end zone when no player of either Team attempts to recover 

it. 

RULING: It is a safety as Bl forced the ball into his own end zone and it became 

dead therewith no player in possession. It clearly cannot be a touchdown as A did 

not put the ball into B's end zone nor did A have possession there. (8-5-3b) 

SITUATION #34: Bl intercepts a forward pass on his own 4-yard line and his 

momentum carries him into the end zone. Bl advances out of the end zone but 

then circles back into it m order to avoid being tackled. Bl is not able to evade the 

tacklers and is brought down in the end zone 

RULING: It is a safety. Once Bl advanced the ball out of the end zone and into the 

field of play, the momentum exception was no longer in effect. Since Bl carried the 

ball into his own end zone and it became dead therein his possession, it is a safety. 

(8-5-2a Exp.) 

SITUATION #35; During the referee's and umpire's visit to Team B's dressing 

room, the coach asks for approval of a knee brace on one of his team members. 

The brace has a rubber sleeve covering both the parts above and below the pants. 

However, the brace has metal bars across the front of the leg which are not 

covered with any padding. 

RULING: The brace may not be worn unless the metal across the front of the leg is 

padded as per specifications. The required padding must be at least 1/2 mob 

thick, of closed-cell slow recovery rubber or other material of the same minimum 

thickness and having similar physical properties. (1-5-3d) 

SITUATION #36: Al is blocking Bl . Al 's forearms are almost fully extended from 

his body and he contacts 81 with the side of his closed hand. The palms of AVs 

hands are not directly facing Bl . 

RULING: Illegal blocking technique by Al . Whenever the blocker's forearms are 

extended more than 45 degrees from his body, the hands must be open. Closed or 

cupped hands are not legal when the forearms are extended as described. 

(2-2-2a3) 

SITUATION #37: Al advances 10 yards beyond the line-to-gain and then throws 

an illegal forward pass. The action took place on: (a) 3rd down; or (b) 4th down. 

RULING: In both (a) and (b) it will be first and 10 for A since the line-to-gain has 

been reached in spite of the penalty. In (b) even though it was 4th down, the loss of 

down portion of the penalty has no significance. (5-1 -2) 

SITUATION #38: With 4th and 12 from B's 20, Al throws a forward pass complete 

to A2 in the end zone. A3 commits pass inference. 

RULING: B will undoubtedly ask tor the enforcement of the penalty. Following 

enforcement of the 1 5 yards to B's 35-yard line, it will also be B's ball because of 

the loss of down. (5-2-2) 

SITUATION #39: The referee observes a number of Team A members are wearing 

ball-colored gloves during warm-up. The gloves are made of soft cloth and pose 

no danger whatsoever. 

RULING: The coach of Team A will be advised that no players will be allowed to 

participate while wearing gloves which are the color of the football. (1-5-3) 

SITUATION #40: Al throws a forward pass from B's 30-yard line. Bl intercepts on 

his own 2 and his momentum carries him into the end zone. The covering official 

inadvertently sounds his whistle just before Bl is tackled in the end zone. 

RULING: If B takes the results of the play, it will be B's ball at B's 2-yard line. If B 

wishes, It may have the down replayed from B's 30 with a snap by A. (4-2-3c) 

SITUATION #41 : Al appears to be injured during the play and the referee stops the 

clock after the down has ended. The Team A captain requests a time-out while first 

aid is bemg administered to Al . After the time-out, Al requests to remain in the 

game. 

RULING: Al must leave the game for at least one down The charged time-out 

does not cancel this requirement. (3-5-8) 

SITUATION #42: With 3rd and 1 5 from mid-field, Al catches a forward pass at B's 

30 and advances into the end zone. However, before the pass was thrown. 

ineligible A2 blocked Bl on the line and drove him back to B's 46-yard line. 

RULING: Offensive pass interference by A2. It will be 4th down for A from A's 35. If 

A2 had not drive Bl beyond the expanded neutral zone, no foul would have 

occured. (2-20-2.7-5-7) 



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1988-89 NATIONAL FEDERATION SOCCER 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS 



Publisher's Note These interpretations of the National Federation Rules do not set 
aside nor modify any rule They are made and published by the National 
Federation of State High School Associations m response to situations presented 

SITUATION #1 : An official awards a penalty kick to Team A after a player on Team 

B committed an intentional direct free kick foul within his/her own penalty area 

Team B's goalkeeper is injured on theplay and attended toon the (leld An official 

allows Team B substitute the injured goalkeeper wilh a goalkeeper from the bench 

prior to the taking of the penalty kick. 

RULING: Legal (3-3-3 exception) 

SITUATION #2: Player A 1 is disqualified for violent midconduct in the penalty area 

and a penalty kick is awarded to Team B The coach of Team B substitutes for Bl , 

who has suffered an m|ury, and designates the substitute as the player to take the 

penalty kick 

RULING: Illegal When the clock is stopped for a penalty kick and a substitution is 

allowed for an injury or caution, the substitute shall not take the penalty kick 

(3-3-3 exception} 

SITUATION #3; An attacking player is the last to touch the ball before it passes 

over the goal line and a goal kick is awarded. A substitute for either team runs 

immediately to the scorer's table to report to enter the game and the scorer gives 

the proper signal to the official The official denies the player entry because they 

had not reported prior to the ball passing out-of-bounds 

RULING: Illegal Substitutes do not have to report prior to the dead ball in order to 

be eligible to enter on a goal kick (3-3-2) 

SITUATION #4: The ball crosses the touch line and Team A is awarded the 

throw-in Si quickly reports to the scorer and request to enter the game 

RULING: Illegal. Substitution is denied A substitute must have reported prior to the 

dead ball situation to be eligible to enter on a throw-in or a corner kick. (3-3-2) 

SITUATION #5: The goalkeeper on Team A commits a serious foul play against an 

opponent in the penalty area The goalkeeper is disqualified and the opponents 

are awarded a penalty kick. Even though the coach for Team A knows that they 

must now play with one less player, he wants to substitute a new goalkeeper for 

one of the remaining field players 

RULING: Illegal When the clock is stopped for a penalty kick, the only substitution 

permitted is for a player who has been injured or cautioned (3-3-3 exception) 

Team A will have to put one of its field players in goalkeeper's attire and play that 

position at least until the next opportunity to substitute 

SITUATION W6: Team A is awarded a penalty kick A1 was injured on the play, and 

must leave the game (a) 81 reports for Al, and is waved into the game by the 

official (b) Si indicates he/she has been instructed by the coach to take the 

penalty kick 

RULING: (a) Legal. The substitution is legal, (b) llliegal. S1 may not take the penalty 

kick (3-3-3) 

SITUATION #7: Team A comes on the field to start the game with eight players 

wearing blue "sweat " pants Six players have the pants under their uniform shrots 

and two have them over their uniform shorts, (a) The referee does not allow the two 

players wearing "sweat" pants outside to play, (b) the referee does not allow any of 

the eight players to play 

RULING: In (a) legal, (b) illegal The six with sweat pants all alike and under their 

uniform meet the standard and should be allowed to play It is not necessry for any 

certain numberof players to wear sweats Only that all players wearing them shall 

do so properly (4-1-1) 

SITUATION #8: Player Bl is sent off the field by the referee because Bl is wearing 

illegal equipment The coack of Team B requests permission to substitute for Bl 

The official permits the substitution 

RULING: Illegal (4-2-4) 

SITUATION #9: As the officials enter the field of play, the head referee observes 

two opposing players swearing at each other and (a) the referee disqualifies both 

from further participation in the game, (b) both teams start the game with eleven 

players 

RULING: In (a) and (b), legal (a) The official's jurisdiction begins when they enter 

the field of play- (5- 1 -2) (b) There shall be eleven on each team when the game 

starts. (3-1-2) 

SITUATION #10: Team A takes the field with all players wearing shin guards 

outside their stockings 

RULING: Illegal The stockings are a required part of the uniform and shall be 

visible to the officials. Shin guards shall be worn under the stockings. NOTE: 

Beginning m 1990, shin guards will be mandatory (4-1-1) 

SITUATION #11: After the completion of a regular season tie game and prior to the 

two 10-minute overtime periods, the opposing coaches agree to conduct a 

penalty kick tie- breaker to determine the winner if the game remains tied after the 

two overtime periods 

RULING: Illegal A tied game may only be resolved by playing two full overtime 

periods not exceeding 10 minutes each, excluding tournament play. (7-3-1) 

SITUATION # 12: A male player who is part of a wall during a free kick places his 

hands in front of his groin as protection before the ball is kicked or a female player 

m this situation places her hands or arms over her chest The offensive player 

kicks the ball which strikes the man's hands still in front of his groin or the woman's 

arms over her chest In both cases, the hands and arms are stationary 

RULING: This is not a handball foul because the ball struck stationary hand or arm 

rather than hand or arm striking the ball. (12-2-1) 



SITUATION #13: The goalkeeper seeks to retrieve a loose ball at the side of the 

penalty area and m doing so. steps out of the penalty area with both feet However, 

he/she keeps the ball withm the field of play and inside the penalty area The 

goalkeeper returns to the penalty area and puts the ball back into play 

RULING: Legal Since the goalkeeper left the field of play through normal play 

movement, while playing the ball, and the ball remained inside the penalty area, 

the goalkeeper would be allowed to continue play, (12-8-1) 

SITUATION #14: The goalkeeper takes a step while holding the ball and then rolls 

the ball to a teammate within the penalty area. The ball is played back to the 

goalkeeper who then takes four more steps 

RULING: Illegal The ball shall leave the penalty area before a goalkeeper may 

retake possession of the ball after it has been played by a teammate, (12-7-1) 

SITUATION #15: The coach of Team A is disqualified by the head referee for using 

foul language and is directed to leave the vicinity of the playing area The coack 

goes to the bleachers and continues contact with team members The head 

referee reminds the coach that this IS a violation of the rules and he /she is to leave 

the area without further contact with his/her players The coach refuses on the 

grounds that no one is remaining to supervise the team The head referee then 

terminates the game 

RULING: Legal. (12-8-3) 

SITUATION #16: Team A has the ball in the penalty area of Team B The coach of 

Team B uses foul language and the official immediately stops play, ejects the 

coach and awards a penalty kick to Team A 

RULING: Illegal A penalty kick may only be awarded when a direct free kick foul is 

intentionally committed by a defender inside his own penalty area (14-1-1). Any 

unsportsmanlike act by bench personnel may only result in the award of an 

mdirect tree kick taken from the location of the ball at the time of the violation 

(12-8-4 Penalty) 

SITUATION #17: Team A is awarded a free kick Player A requests an official to ask 

Player B to move away from the ball the required 10 yards 

RULING: Correct procedure. NOTE: Play shall be restarted by a second whistle 

(13-3-1 Penalty) 

SITUATION #18: Player Al is taking a penalty kick and the ball hits the goalkeeper 

m the leg bouncing back to player Al who shoots the ball into the goal 

RULING: Legal (14-1-5) 

SITUATION #19: Player A is taking a throw-m As the player starts to throw the ball 

m.hemovesup the touch Iine4 or 5 yards from where the ball went out and makes 

the throw-in 

RULING: Illegal Award a throw-m to the opposing team (15-1-3) 

SITUATION #20: While making a throw-in, player Al stepsonthetouchlineasthe 

ball IS properly released 

RULING: Legal (15-1-3) 

SITUATION #21 : Player A takes a throw-m and then runs onto the field and plays 

the ball before anyone touches the ball. 

RULING: Illegal. (15-1-4) 

SITUATION #22: As a goalkeeper prepares to take a goal kick and pass the ball to 

a teammate just outside the penalty area, an opponent enters the penalty area and 

stands between the goalkeeper and his teammate 

RULING: Illegal Players opposing the kicker shall remain outside the penalty area 

until the ball moves out of the penalty area. (16-1-2) 

SITUATION #23: Team A is awarded a goal kick Player Al places the ball on the 

ground inside the goal area and begins to run out of the penalty area. Player A2 

kicks the ball which hits Player Al anddeflectsmtothegoalof Team A The official 

awards a goal to Team B 

RULING; Illegal A goal may not be scored because the ball failed to leave the 

penalty area and enter the field of play The goal kick shall be repeated (16-1-3) 

SITUATION #24: Player A is injured on a play which results in a penalty kick for 

Team A Team A's coach substitutes for the injured player who does not take the 

penalty kick Team B's coach also tries to substitute but the referee refuses 

RULING: Legal The only substitution allowed at this time is for the injured or 

cautioned player (3-3-3 exception) 

SITUATION #25: Player Al takes a penalty kick during tournament progression tie 

breaker The ball deflects off the goal post and back to A1 who kicks the ball into 

the goal. 

RULING: Illegal. There is no follow-up on the kick, (Suggested tournament 

progression) 



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1988-89 NATIONAL FEDERATION SWIMMING & DIVING 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS 



These interpretations of the National Federation Rules do not set aside nor modify 
any rule They are made and published by the National Federation of State High 
School Associations m response to situations presented. 

PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Rule Book 

Page 13 - 3-5 PEN 2. change "event" to "race" in line one 

page 14 - 3-5 PEN 4(3), change to read, "reentering the water during a race 
without . . ." 

SITUATION #1; In a dual meet, prior to the start of the medley relay, it is noticed by 

the referee that the host school has failed to put up the backstroke flags. The 

referee asks the host school to put backstroke flags in place so the event can be 

conducted. 

RULING: Correct procedure 

COMMENT: If the host could not provide backstroke flags, the host team would be 

disqualified from that event, the event would not be swum and the visiting leam(s) 

would earn the points for the event. {2-7-Pen. 2) 

SITUATION #2: The referee requests the coach to add first names to his entry card 

before accepting the card. 

RULING: correct procedure. The entry card is to have first and last name of 

competitors. (3-2-3) 

SITUATION #3: When the competitors are called to the blocks for the 100-yard 

freestyle event, the swimmer scheduled to swim in Lane 4 is still sitting m his 

warmups with his team The referee asks the announcer to call the competitors for 

the event again The swimmer scheduled to swim in Lane 4 (a) reports to the 

blocks immediately, (b) is slow to report to the blocks; |c) still does not report for the 

event. 

RULING: (a) Warn the swimmer to pay better attention to the annoucement of the 

events and begin the race, (b) charge the swimmer with a false start and disqualify 

him from the 1 00-yard freestyle; (c) disqualify the swimmer from the event and from 

further competition 

COMMENT: In fc) the competitor would not be disqualified from events m 

subsequent rounds of competition for which he has previously qualified. (3-2-4, 

4-2-2b) 

SITUATION #4: In a championship meet, Swimmer A swims the individual medley 

He/she is also entered in the 100 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay. The 100 

freestyle swimmers report and check in at the required lime and place, except the 

swimmer that swam poorly in thel.M is: (a) late in reporting to the blocks; (b) never 

reports to the blocks, (c) scratches from the 100 freestyle after the scratch 

deadline. Later Swimmer A reports for the 400 freestyle relay. 

RULING: In (a) Swimmer A is given a false start and disqualified from the event, but 

is eligible to swim in the 400 freestyle relay. In (b) and (c) the swimmer is 

disqualified and cannot swim in the 400 freestyle relay, so the team is disqualified 

tor not reporting 4 eligible swimmer to the blocks. (3-2-4 Pen 4. 8-1-3} 

SITUATION #5: Unsportsmanlike conduct is exhibited by a competitor: (a) after a 

leg of the 400-yard freestyle relay, but before all competitors have completed the 

race; (b) after all competitors have completed the race 

RULING: In (a) the compeitor's relay team is disqualified: (b) no penalty if the 

400-yard freestyle relay is the final event. 

COMMENT: The referee does have recourse through the State associaiton if 

warranted. Usually, a word to the coach will handle the matter (3-5-1 c, 3-5- Pen. 3) 

SITUATION #6; A swimmer in Lane 3 finishes the race will ahead of the other 

competitors. In all theexcitement, the swimmer takes off his/her cap and goggles 

and throws them and they land (a) in Lane 2 between the swimmer and the finish 

end of the pool; (b)in Lane 1 hitting the swimmer; (c) on the deck striking the timer; 

(d) in the next lane hitting an opponent who has |ust finished the race. 

RULING: The swimmer in Lane 3; (a) may be disqualified for interference; (b) may 

be disqualified for interference, (c) may be disqualified for interfering with meet 

officials in the performance of their duties: (d) may be disqualified for 

unsportsmanlike conduct- (3-5-1 c. 3-5-3) 

SITUATION #7: The competitor swimming in Lane 4 inadvertently comes up in 

Lane 5 after executing a turn during the 200 yard freestyle event. Without 

interfering with the swimmer in Lane 5, the competitor returns to Lane 4 and 

completes the race. The referee disqualifies (he swimmer from the event. 

RULING: Correct procedure (3-5-3) 

SITUATION #8: as the starter is ready to give the command, "take your mark", the 

referee notices a group of swimmers at the opposite end of the pool facing Lane 5 

waving their arms vigorously. The referee releases the competitors and orders the 

removal of the swimmers from the area. 

RULING: Correct procedure 

COMMENT: The referee has the responsibility to assure a fair start, and has the 

authority to remove competitors/coaches from an area if they interfere with the 

conduct of the meet- (4-2-2c) 

SITUATION #9: At the conclusion of the last heat of the 100 backstroke, a 
discrepancy of 0.5 second between the automatic timing system and the back-up 
manual system is identified for LaneS. A check of previous heats indicates similar 
differences for the same lane. The official place/time for the heat is maintained 
and the first heat of the next event is allowed to proceed A protest is filed at the 
conclusion of the meet questioning the final places in teh backstroke event. The 
protest is disallowed because the place/time results became official when the 
next race is allowed to begin. 



RULING: Correct procedure 

COMMENT: Place/time discrepancies must be corrected prior to the start of the 

next race Incorrect point award errors are adjustable within 24 hours of the 

conclusion of the meet. (4-2-2f. 6-3-3) 

SITUATION #10: In a championship meet, one official is assigned the dual duty of 

stroke inspector and turn judge. During the individual medley. Competitor A 

swimming in Lane 3 of a six lane pool, fails to touch the end wall with a hand during 

the backstroke turn A disqualification is declared by the assigned official from the 

side of the pool and correctly reported to the meet referee. 

RULING: Correct Procedure 

COMMENT: Especially during championship meets, stroke inspectors and turn 

judges must be in position to make appropriate judgments. Some turn styles used 

by swimmers are difficult to examine unless the official is in the correct position. 

For example, the "cross-over backstroke turn" requires examination of the 

position of the shoulders along the vertical line of the body. Review of this style of 

turn IS difficult without a longitudinal view of the swimmer, (4-5-1) 

SITUATION #11: Swimmer A and Swimmer B are scheduled to compete in a 

swim-otf Swimmer B fails to show for the swim-off The referee awards the top 

position to Swimmer A and disqualifies Swimmer B from further competition. 

RULING: Incorrect procedure. 

COMMENT: A contestant failing to compete m a swim-off automatically takes the 

lower position being contested There is no disqualification (5-4-5, 3-2-4) 

SITUATION #12; Two alternate qualifiers have identical qualifying times. Because 

of an injury to a competitor who was to swim m the consolation heat, the referee 

orders a swim-off between the 2 alternates to fill the vacated spot. 

RULING; Incorrect procedure 

COMMENT: Alternate qualifiers with identical qualifying times Shalt be selected by 

draw for a vacated spot, (5-4-7) 

SITUATION #13: In the 50 yard freestyle the swimmer in Lane 4 assumes a grab 

start position before the starter's command, "take your mark." The starter orders 

the swimmer in Lane 4 to stand up until he says, "take your mark." 

RULING: Incorrect procedure. 

COMMENT: For the forward start, swimmers shall assume any position with at 

least one foot at the front of the starting platform. 

SITUATION #14; The swimmers have been called to the blocks. As the starter 

says. "Swimmers, take your marks," swimmers in Lanes 1 and 2 are in an upright 

position, swimmer in Lane 3 is bentatthe waist, swimmers in Lanes 4, 5. and 6 are 

practically in their starting positions. On the command, "take your marks" 

swimmers m Lanes 4, 5, and 6 are immediately ready for the start, Lane 3 is ready 

next, and swimmers in Lanes l and 2 come down last but not together. Swimmers 

in Lanes 4 and 5 start to move and hold which causes the starter to hold even 

longer. He directs the swimmers to "stand up," No false start is ruled. 

RULING: Correct procedure (8-1-3. Points of Emphasis) 

SITUATION #15: In a championship meet. Swimmer A fails to show for the 

swimming event. The swimmers are on the blocks and there is a false start by 

Swimmer B. Swimmer A now shows up claiming that he couldn't find his entry 

card. The referr disqualifies Swimmers A and B, 

RULING: Correct procedure, (8-1-3) 

SITUATION #16; In the 100 yard backstroke event, swimmer in Lane 1 uses a 

simultaneous double arm pull stroke throughout the race. The stroke judge reports 

a disqualification to the referee. The referr disallows the disqualification as any 

stroke/ kick is permitted on the backstroke provided the swimmer remains on 

his/her back, 

RULING: Correct procedure, (8-2-1) 

SITUATION #17: In the breaststroke event on the start and turns, one competitor 

takes two arm pulls and two kicks before the head breaks the surface of the water. 

The referee disqualifies this swimmer, 

RULING: Correct procedure, 

COMMENT: Swimmers are allowed only one kick after a start or turn before the 

head must break the surface of the water, (8-2-2c) 

SITUATION #18: When called to the blocks for the 400 yard freestyle relay, 

Swimmer A 1 steps up- After a false start by Team B. Team A elects to have A2 lead 

oft the relay. The referee informs A1 that he/she must lead off the relay. 

RULING: Correct procedure, (8-3-3) 

COMMENT: Once the lead off swimmer is called to the starting platform, that 

swimmer shall not change his/her swimming order in that relay. 

SITUATION #19: During the diving competition, the final dive for Competitor A is 

announced, The diver indicates to the referee that she is unable to perform the dive 

m the announced position. The diver requests permission to change the dive to a 

position of less difficulty. The referee permits the change in position, 

RULING: Correct procedure, 

COMMENT: A diver is permitted to change the position of the diver at anytime prior 

to the execution of the dive itself provided the degree of difficulty is not increased 

(9-3-4.5) 

SITUATION #20: In executing div 521 2 (back dive, 1 twist), a diver takes the proper 

back starting position- On the take-off. however, the diver rotats his/her shoulders 

45 degrees before his/her feet leave the board, 

RULING: Legal dive, 

COMMENT: the diver should not begin the twist while the feet are in contact with 

the board. A deduction of 1 /2-2 points, may be deducted by each judge. (9-8-2) 



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MINUTES OF THE 
BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of tfie Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building in Lexington, 
Kentucky on Saturday, October 15, 1988. The meeting was 
called to order by President Tom Buchanan at 9:00 a.m. with 
all Board members present. Others present were 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise, 
Assistant Commissioners Brigid L. DeVries and Louis Stout 
and Sports Information Director Julian Tackett, State Board of 
Education Representative Harry Loy and K.H.S.A.A. Attorney 
Danny Reeves. The Invocation was given by Mr. Charles 
Henry. 

The first item on the agenda was to continue with the 
appeals. 

The first appeal was on behalf on Carl (Trip) Rogers III, a 
student attending Bryan Station High School who had 
transferred there from Sayre High School. Carl had been 
ruled ineligible by the Commissioner under By-Law 6, 
Transfer Rule. Following Mr. Rogers' presentation stating the 
fact that he did not see or sign a Parental Consent Form for his 
son and questions to him by the Board members, Charles 
Miller made a motion, seconded by Sandy Allen that the 
Commissioner investigate this situation with regard to Sayre's 
possession of a signed Parental Consent form for Carl 
Rogers, and if there is none, he should be ruled eligible to 
participate in athletics at Bryan Station High School. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

The next appeal was requested by Mr. David Gillespie on 
behalf of his son, Thomas. Thomas had been ruled ineligible 
to participate in interscholastic athletics, under By-Law 6, 
Transfer Rule, due to the fact that he had transferred from 
Harrodsburg High School where he had participated in 
interscholastic athletics. Following Mr. Gillespie's presenta- 
tion, Charlie Miller made a motion, seconded by Pearl Ray 
Lefevers, that the Commissioner's ruling be upheld in this 
case. The motion passed by a vote of 7 in favor and 3 
opposed. 

Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Salmon, Jr. presented the next appeal 
on behalf of their son, Donnie. Donnie Ray had transferred 
from Knott County Central High School to The June 
Buchanan School. Due tc the fact that he had represented his 
former school in varsity track meets he was ruled ineligible by 
the Commissioner to participate in interscholastic athletics 
under By-Law 6, Transfer Rule. Following lengthy testimony 
by Donnie Ray's parents and questions to them by the Board 
members, Marvin Moore made a motion that By-Law 6 be 
waived in this case. Charlie Miller seconded the motion which 
passed by a vote of 8 in favor of the motion and 3 opposed. 

The next appeal was requested by Mrs. CharleneDean,on 
behalf of her son, Gregory Dean, a senior at Bell County High 
School. Mrs. Dean requested a Closed Session. Sam 
Chandler made a motion, seconded by Charles Henry, that 
the Board go into Closed Session. The motion passed. 

O.K. Henry moved, seconded by Charlie Miller to return to 
Open Session. The motion passed. 

Charlie Miller made a motion, seconded by C.K. Henry that 
Gregory Dean be granted athletic eligibility for the first 
semester of the 1989-GO school year, providing he was 
enrolling during the second semester of the 1988-89 school 
year and that he meets all other eligibility requirements. The 
motion passed. 



Commissioner Mills presented correspondence received 
from Principal Thomas M. Swartz, Pikeville High School, 
requesting that due to recent open heart surgery, Jeff Roop be 
granted eligibility for the first semester of the 1989-90 school 
year. Jeff did not participate in an athletic event or enroll in 
school for the 1988-89 school year. Following the discussion 
on the request Marvin Moore moved, seconded by Tony 
dinger that Mr. Swartz's request be approved with the 
provision that Jeff be enrolled in school the second semester 
of the 1988-89 school year and that he meets all other 
eligibility requirements. The motion passed with eleven votes 
in favor of the motion with one abstention. 

Upon a motion by Charlie Miller, a second by Sandy Allen 
and a unanimous vote of the Board, Principal Donna Ludwig 
of Waggener High School was granted permission to count 
calculus, a subject being taken by Andrew Tucker at the 
University of Louisville, toward the academic requirement of 
By-Law 5, Section 1, Continual Progress. 

Mr. Mills presented a written request from Principal 
Wallace Napier, Evarts High School, requesting that Brian 
Huff be granted a medical redshirt due to an ankle injury 
sustained in pre-season drills. He explained that Brian had 
participated in only two football games this season and would 
prefer to withdraw from school this semester due to the 
inconvenience caused by this injury. Following a lengthy 
discussion, Sam Chandler moved, seconded by Liz Trabandt, 
that Mr. Napier's request be denied. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Sam Chandler moved, seconded by Charles Henry, that the 
minutes of the July 29, 1 988, regular meeting of the Board be 
approved. He also made a motion that the minutes of the 
following called meetings be approved: West Eligibility 
Committee - September 15; East Eligibility Committee - 
October 4. The motion carried unanimously. 

Marvin Moore made a motion, seconded by Ken Tippett, 
that all bills of the Association for the period beginning August 
1 , and ending September 30, 1 988, be approved. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Pearl Ray Lefevers made a motion to accept the Close 
Estimate Working Budget for the 1988-89 school year as 
presented at the July Board Meeting. Charles Henry 
seconded motion which carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills presented the 1987-88 Audit Report 
for consideration. Following questions concerning the report, 
Ken Tippett made a motion, seconded by Charles Henry that 
the Audit Report be accepted. The motion carried. 

Following a discussion of the Auditor's request for the 
Board to approve a specific number of complimentary tickets 
for the Boys State Basketball Tournament, Tony dinger 
moved that the Board approve 1 1 50 complimentary tickets be 
distributed by the Commissioner for audit purposes. Liz 
Trabandt seconded the motion. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills advised the Board that he had met with 
Mr. Tom Minter, Lexington Center, to discuss items In 
question with regard to the 1991 Boys State Basketball 
Tournament. Following his report, Pearl Ray Lefevers made a 
motion to accept the Commissioner's recommendation to 

Continued on page two 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1988 



NOVEMBER, 1988 



VOL. LI, NO. 4 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926. 
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K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRiGiO L. DeVRiES 

Assistant Editor LOUiS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BiLLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Tom Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville; Vice- 
President - Sam Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville: Directors 
- Sandy Allen (1 988- 1 992) Louisville, Huston DeHaven (1 987- 

1991) Hardinsburg, Charles Henry (1988-1992) 
Paducah, Pearl Ray Lefevers (1988-1992) Kettle Island, 
Charles Miller (1986-1990) Louisville, Marvin Moore (1988- 

1992) Morehead, Tony Olinger (1984-1989) Lexington, 
David Points (1988-1991) Mt Sterling, Ken Tippett (1985- 
1989) Versailles, Liz Trabandt (1988-1991) Ashland; State 
Department of Education - Harry Ley, Frankfort. 

Subscription Rate $10.00 per year 

Continued from page one 

hold the 1991 Boys State Basketball Tournament at Rupp 
Arena. Sandy Allen seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills announced that the State Champion- 
ship Football Playoff schedule is as follovi/s: 

Class A 1 :00 p.m., Friday, December 2 

Class AA 3:00 p.m., Friday, December 2 
Class AAA 1:00 p.m., Saturday, December 3 
Class AAAA 3:00 p.m., Saturday, December 3 

The next meeting of the Board w/ill be held on December 2, 
1988 at 9:00 a.m. for the purpose of hearing appeals and 
December 3 at 9:00 a.m. for the regular meeting. 

Mr. Wise advised the Board that he had received a request 
from Oldham County High School to be reclassified in football 
to Class AAA. Following a discussion of their request, the 
Board suggested that Mr. Wise contact the schools in the 
proposed district to see if they could work out their schedules 
to accommodate Oldham County. Mr. Wise will report back to 
the Board after he heard from Oldham County. 

Mr. Wise reported that $245,256.00 in ticket sales has been 
received through this date forthe 1989 Boys State Basketball 
Tournament Through this same date last year $215,844.00 
had been received. 

Mr. Wise announced that he had received bids on two 
automobiles to be purchased by the Association. After 
considering the bids, Charlie Miller made a motion to accept 
the best bid after taking into consideration the value of a 
complimentary automobile should one be provided by one of 
the bidders as requested. Charles Henry seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Mr. Wise announced that Dr. Quin Bailey would be present 
at a future Board meeting to discuss the early football starting 
season and his concerns. 

President Buchanan then called on Brigid DeVries for her 
report. She introduced Reba Woodall, representing the 
Kentucky Track & Cross Country Coaches Association, who 



made a presentation to the Board to consider changing the 
State Track Meet to a two-day format. Following her 
presentation, it was recommended that the proposal be 
turned over to the All-Sports Committee for their considera- 
tion and recommendation. Assistant Commissioner DeVries 
proposed to the Board that the State Swim Meet return to its 
original format - that being holding the Preliminaries on 
Friday and the Finals on Saturday. Charles Miller moved to 
accept the two-day State Swim Meet format The motion 
passed. 

Assistant Commissioner Stout next presented the 1989 
Softball alignment as presented by the Softball Committee. 
Huston DeHaven moved to accept the proposed alignment. 
Charles Henry seconded the motion which passed unani- 
mously. (The 1989 Softball alignment will appear in the 
December issue of the "Athlete".) 

Mr. Stout then announced the results of the recent Softball 
Survey as follows: 

1 06 schools - WOULD NOT take part in a fast pitch program 
26 schools - WOULD take part in a fast pitch program 

Therefore, the sottball program will continue under the 
guidelines and regulations of slow pitch softball. 

Size of Ball Survey: 
80 schools - favor the 1 1 " BALL 
77 schools - favor the 12" BALL 

Following a discussion of the survey, Ken Tippett made a 
motion that the schools stay with the 12" ball for the 1989 
season, but go to the 11" ball for the 1990 season, thereby 
giving all the softball playing schools time to adapt to the 
change. Liz Trabandt seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

SID Julian Tackett reported to the Board that he has 
received excellent participation in the new football rating 
process. 195 of the 201 football playing schools have 
responded. 

Marvin Moore made a motion, seconded by Liz Trabandt 
that the Basketball Assigning Secretaries be given two 
complimentary tickets to the Boys State Basketball 
Tournament and room expenses be paid. Following a 
discussion on the motion. Ken Tippett moved to table the 
motion. Tony Olinger seconded. The motion to table passed 
by a vote of 7 in favor and 1 opposed. 

President Buchanan appointed the following committee: 

TROPHY PRESENTATION - PLAYOFFS/TOURNAMENTS 
Sandy Allen, Chairman 
Sam Chandler 
Charlie Miller 

TROPHY BIDS 
Ken Tippett, Chairman 
David Points 
Tony Olinger 
Marvin Moore 

There being no further business, Liz Trabandt made a 
motion to adjourn. Tony Olinger seconded the motion which 
carried unanimously. 

(Appeals Hearings - Page Twelve) 



NOTICE 



ATTENTION: 

Schools, Superintendents, Assigning 

Secretaries, Officials, etc. 

Please check your listing in the K.H.S.A.A. Handbook for 
accuracy. If the information is incorrect, please call or write 
the K.H.S.A.A. Office (606/252-4436 - P.O. Box 22280, Lex. 
40522) and advise us of the correct information. We will prints 
list of all changes we receive by December 10. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1988 



PAGE THREE 



MERCY ACADEMY 

1988-89 STATE VOLLEYBALL CHAMPION 

University of Kentucky, Memorial Coliseum, Lexington, Kentucky 




Standing left to right: Monica Beam, Kelly Gillooly, Tina Naehr, Kristie Stuckenberg, Amy Brickley, 
Christina Wigginton. Kneeling left to right: Kristin Kupper, Leigh Ann Burke, Nicki Wilkins, Sarah 
Nordmann, Christina Jansen. 

Friday, October 28 - Saturday, October 29, 1988 



Highlands 





Highlands 




Bye 


Holy Cross (Louisville) 






Holy Cross (Louisville) 




Holy Crou (Louisville) 


Mercy Academy 




15-2, 15-1 




Rowan County 


6-15, 15-6, 15-7 
Holy Cross (Covington) 






Mercy Academy 




Holy Cron (Covington) 


3-15, 15-12, 15-8 




6-15, 15-6, 15-5 




Sacred Heart Academy 


Mercy Academy 










7-15 15-6, 15-10 












Bye 


15-8,9-15,15-6 
Assumption 




Auumpllon 


MERCY ACADEMY 


1988 STATE CHAMP 




Bye 


15-7, 15-4 

Newport Central Catholic 






Assumption 






Newport Central Catliollc 


Notre Dame 


Notre Dame 




15-7, 15-10 




Pleaiure Ridge Park 


Woodford County 






Referees and Umpires 

Bob Blanford 

Teri J. Brown 
Patricia A. Gravette 

J.D. Pylinski 

Debra Rice 
Jennifer L Ronnaok 

John Smith 
Katie Wesseling 


Southern 






Woodford County 


Notre Dame Academy 


15-3, S-15, 16-14 




15-12, 14-16 15-10 








Bye 


15-12,14-16,15-10 





PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1988 



1988-89 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Damian Nally, Lafayette 
Class AAA Individual Champion 





CLASS AAA BOYS' 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Damian Nally 


Lafayette 


15:55.50 


2 


Wesley Reed 


Pulaski County 


16:08.60 


3 


Howard Shoaf 


Trinity 


16:28.60 


4 


Clifton Hunter 


Fairdale 


16:34.90 


5 


Rashid Derricks 


Ballard 


16:38.90 


6 


Bob Foster 


Daviess County 


16:30.10 


7 


Kenny Chandler 


Warren Central 


16:45.50 


8 


Marty Shelton 


Oldham County 


16:46.60 


9 


Lenny Feller 


Holmes 


16:47.90 


10 


Aaron Payne 


Pulaski County 


16:52.80 


11 


Eric From 


Trinity 


16:56.30 


12 


Christian Strong 


Holmes 


16:58.00 


13 


Bart Glenn 


Warren Central 


17:02.20 


14 


Jay Walker 


Pulaski County 


17:04.70 


15 


Adam Henson 


Shelby County 


17:06.40 



CLASS AAA BOYS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Trinity 83 

2 Pulaski County 88 

3 Daviess County 99 

4 Oldham County 128 

5 Shelby County 156 

6 Warren Central 229 

7 Holmes 237 

8 Jessamine County 239 

9 Holy Cross 245 

10 Franklin County 290 

11 Henderson County 293 

1 2 Lafayette 328 

13 Fairdale 330 

14 Apollo 337 

1 5 St. Xavier 349 

16 Ballard 374 

17 Bullitt Central 414 

18 Boone County 435 

19 Butler 466 



TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS' CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




Team Members: Andy Heim, Howard Shoaf, Eric From, Curt Jackson, Dave 
Esterle, Kevin Hyde, Greg Brown, and Steve Kurowsl<y 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1988 



PAGE FIVE 



1988-89 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Ginger Watkins, Franklin County 
Class AAA Individual Champion 





CLASS AAA GIRLS' 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Ginger Watkins 


Franklin County 


11:10.80 


2 


Kristi Stevens 


Pulaski County 


11:19.30 


3 


Christy Tackett 


Pulaski County 


11:35.30 


4 


Leslie Sciantarelli 


Franklin County 


11:36.20 


5 


Robin Webb 


Greenup County 


11:37.40 


6 


Emily Roebel 


Notre Dame 


11:39.60 


7 


Betty Bard 


Atherton 


11:45.90 


8 


Cybil O'Nan 


Oldham County 


11:49.10 


9 


Jenny Traux 


Jeffersontown 


11:55.00 


10 


Allison Staples 


Henderson County 


11:55.50 


11 


Christa Donofrio 


Eastern 


11:56.20 


12 


Lesley Tynes 


Marshall County 


11:57.23 


13 


Tina Ashby 


Boyd County 


12:00.00 


14 


Stephanie McLeod 


Marshall County 


12:06.40 


15 


Steph Filipfazzo 


Doss 


12:07.90 



CLASS AAA GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Pulaski 69 

2 Greenup County 148 

3 Franklin County 157 

4 Notre Dame 160 

5 Oldham County 163 

6 Marshall County 183 

7 Jessamine County 189 

8 Daviess County 193 

9 Eastern 229 

10 Warren Central 241 

1 1 Owensboro 279 

1 2 Boyd County 292 

1 3 Sacred Heart 293 

14 Shelby County 300 

1 5 Doss 303 

16 Atherton 349 

17 Mercy 471 



PULASKI COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS' CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




Team Members: Amie Bales, Angela Head, Theresa Reed, Amy Smith, Kristi 
Stevens, Christy Tackett, Felicia Upton. 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1988 



1988-89 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Patty Dowd, Fleming County 
Class AA Individual Champion 





CLASS 


AA GIRLS' 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Patty Dowd 


Fleming County 


11:24.50 


2 


Scarlett Haley 


Russell 


11:31.20 


3 


Melissa Simms 


Russell 


11:45.02 


4 


Trescia Tiler 


Trigg County 


11:47.04 


5 


Kristin Edwards 


Warren East 


11:50.50 


6 


Tracy Cox 


Warren East 


11:54.40 


7 


Ashley Hudson 


Warren East 


12:00.50 


8 


Tara Holthaus 


Warren East 


12:05.70 


9 


Antionette Mayes 


Trigg County 


12:15.00 


10 


Jenni Young 


Ft. Campbell 


12:16.20 


11 


Natalie Ford 


Fleming County 


12:17.00 


12 


Ruthie Davidson 


Adair County 


12:17.50 


13 


Kathleen Lewin 


Elizabethtown 


12:22.00 


14 


Regan Jones 


Ft Campbell 


12:22.70 


15 


Mandy Stovall 


Russell 


12:33.49 



CLASS AA GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Warren East 37 

2 Russell 57 

3 Fleming County 85 

4 Fori Campbell 85 

5 East Hardin 105 

6 Simon Kenton 197 

7 Adair County 197 

8 Barren County 213 

9 East Carter 223 

10 Highlands 250 

1 1 Mercer County 252 

12 Marion County 318 



WARREN EAST HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS' CLASS AA CHAMPION 




Team Members: Kristin Edwards, Lauren Edwards, Tracy Cox, Tara Holthaus, 
Ashley Hudson, Pal Johnson, Heather Young, Donna Clayton, Stephanie 
Young. 



From The Commissioner's Office 



m 



THANKS TO FOOTBALL SCHOOLS FOR SUBMITTING STATISTICS REPORTS 

Thanks to those athletic directors, coaches and other persons who were charged 
with reporting the statistics of football teams to the K.H.S.A.A. This was the 
first year for the reports to be compiled and thus far, the response has been 
very favorable. Some schools chose not to participate, which is unfortunate as 
it is another case of the apathy of an adult (the coach or A.D.) costing the 
kids some free publicity and recognition. Perhaps next year we can do better 
in terms of response. To the A.D.'s -- thanks for your help, and we look 
forward to testing our experiment during basketball season. 



ATHLETIC DIRECTORS REMINDED ABOUT ACADEMIC ALL STATE NOMINATIONS 

in the fall, Athletic Directors were mailed the nominations for the 

Teams. The deadline for nominations for athletes in fall 

soccer, football and cross country, is December 9, 1988. 

submit these nominations, and also keep in mind the 

were detailed in the cover letter. One additional point, 

average is to based on a 4.0 scale. If your school does not 

you will need to convert the g.p.a. numbers to a 4.0 scale in 



Early 

Academic All State 
sports, volleyball. 
Please remember to 
requirements which 
the grade point 
use a 4.0 scale. 



order that the nominations be accepted. Thanks again for your cooperation. 



After the printing of 
School was changed to 
directory. 



CORRECTION TO DIRECTORY 

the directory, the phone number for Scott County High 
(502)863-3663. Please make a note of this in your 



Often, d 

irregular 

to score 

selection 

the rule 

willing 

Basketbal 



his or 
abide by 



SELECTION OF BASKETBALL BENCH OFFICIALS IS IMPORTANT 

the basketball season, the Association office receives reports of 
in a game due to a lack of assigning competent bench officials 
time the game. Schools should pay close attention to the 
these persons. Adults should be chosen who have a knowledge of 
s, a sense of impartiality, an interest in the game, and who are alert, 
to serve, and able to concentrate on their duties. The Official 
1 Rules recommends the Official Scorer wear identifying apparel and 
her location be clearly marked. Schools should make every effort to 



unng 
ities 
and 
of 



this recommendation during the season. 



From an article by M.F. Springer, the following tips are suggested -- 

1) Choose Adults. A high school senior or one of last June's graduates will 
have the interest and enthusiasm, but may lack the poise, impartiality and 
judgement. 

2) Choose someone who has had some playing, coaching or officiating 
experience. 

3) Choose officials who can and will be present at every home game. It may 
be an honor to act as Timer or Scorer, but it's not an honor which should 
be passed around every game. 

4) If faculty members are available for these jobs, they usually do the best 
work, though there are exceptions. 

5) Above all, choose someone with plenty of poise, good judgement, a sense of 
impartiality and one who you are sure will be able to forget the score and 
concentrate on his or her job. 



The following 
basketball, and 



PREGAME PROCEDURE FOR BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

guide was adopted at the Assigning Secretaries 
is to be used in all high school contests this year. 



meeting in 



BASIC PRE-GAME PROCEDURE 

1) Arrival at game site -- a. One hour before game time; b. Report your 
presence to the Athletic Director; c. Discourage visitation; d. Explain 
that you need to have a pre-game conference and need privacy. 

2) Pre, Game Conference (Private) -- a. is a must; b. helps insure a smooth 
running game; c. Referee is responsible for arranging and coordinating 

3) Topics to cover -- a. Equipment (check whistles, shoes, etc.); b. reaffirm 
who will be referee and his/her responsibilities; c. Deciding when a goal 
counts when there is disagreement; d. Knowing the remaining time at end of 
period; e. The tossed ball to start game and extra periods; f. Notifying 
or having teams notified before start of game and half; g. handling unruly 
spectators; h. (1) 3 point play coverage, (2) Injured player procedures, 
(3) Pressing defense, 4 corner offense, delay offense, no action game, (4) 
Goal Tending/Basket Interference, (5) Last second shots in close game, who 
is responsible, (6) Other points as required. 



BASIC PRE-GAME MECHANICS 

1) Arrive on the floor fifteen minutes 
should then meet at table with the scorer 

2) Both officials should move to 
and identify the team captains. 

3) Both officials move to the 
identify the team captains. 
NECESSARY TO GET THE CAPTAINS 
NO MORE THAN ONE MINUTE. 

4) Move to the table, give the score book a final check, the call the 
captains to the middle of the floor (10 minutes on clock). 

5) Captains briefing (10 minutes) prior to starting time. (You may need to 
adjust this time at the coaches' request. 

6) Referee move to end of forecourt line on visiting team side and faces 
Umpire moves to forecourt line on home team end and faces 



before the game. Both officials 
and time, 
the visiting team coach. Introduce yourself 

home team coach. Introduce yourself and 
SPEND NO MORE TIME WITH THE COACHES THAN IS 
NAMES AND TO INTRODUCE YOURSELVES, CERTAINLY 



Referee 
warm-up. 
warm-up. 
7) Take in jackets when both teams leave floor, 
scorer's table. (Jacket, if worn, shall be Navy) 
7a. When the team official (R or U) is observing warm up leaves court, 

official will go directly to the scorer's table or fellow official. 
7b. Strive at all times to be professional. 



Return immediately to 



the 



KENTUCKY STANDOUT RECEIVES NATIONAL RECOGNITION 

Southern High School's Lisa Harrison, an All-State performer in Volleyball and 
Basketball and the M.V.P. of the 1988 Girls State Tournament was the object 
recently of a feature in HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS MAGAZINE, a national publication 
which recognizes persons involved in high school sports. Those schools who 
receive this magazine should look on page 10 of the November/December issue for 
this feature. The Lady Trojan standout who recently signed to play her 
collegiate basketball at the University of Tennessee, becomes yet another 
Kentucky high school standout to receive national recognition. 



With the 1988 
schedules with 
the alignment 
open dates to 
scheduling 



date desired, 2) 
name and daytime 
October issue. 



OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

season nearly over, many schools have begun work on 1989 

consideration for two year contracts to cover the remainder of 

period (1989 and 1990). With this in mind, please submit your 

this office so that we may again compile a list to assist you in 

Please submit these open dates in writing and include 1) the game 



1989 site desired if you 
phone number. We will 



have a preference, and 3) a contact 
publish the list beginning with the 



Week 

Week 
Week 

Week 

Week 
Week 
Week 
Week 

Week 
Week 



Two (August 25) - Dixie Heights, contact Don Afterkirk, Athletic 
Director (606)341-7650. Eminence, contact Steve Frommeyer 
(502)845-5427. Shelby County, contact Rod Cloyd, Athletic Director 
(502)633-2443. Tates Creek, contact Assistant Coach Joe Ruddell, 
(606)272-1513. 

Three (September 1) 1989 - Dayton, 
(606)261-4357. Jefferson City, Jefferson 
Pete Adkins (314)636-7171. 

Four (September 8), 1989 - Perry Meridian in Indianapolis is seeking a 
game with a Kentucky school. They are Indiana Class 5A (approximately 
1500 students, top three grades). Desire home game in 1989, road game 
in 1990. Contact Noah Ellis, (317)882-4229. 



contact Stan 
City, Missouri. 



Steidel 
Contact 



1989 
City, 



Dayton, 

Jefferson 



contact Stan 
City, Missouri. 



Steidel 
Contact 



Five (September 15) 

(606)261-4357. Jefferson 

Pete Adkins (314)636-7171. 

Six (September 22) 1989 

(502)845-5427. 
Seven (September 29) 1989 - Jefferson City, Jefferson City, Missouri 

Contact Pete Adkins (314)636-7171. 
Eight (October 6) 1989 - Jefferson 

Contact Pete Adkins (314)636-7171. 
Nine (October 13) 1989 - Jefferson 

Contact Pete Adkins (314)636-7171. 

just outside of Cincinnati, approximately 

Contact Rob Blanton (513)899-3781. 
Ten (October 20) 1989 - Oldham County, contact Tom Peterson, Athletic 

Director, (502)222-9461. 
Twelve (November 3) 1989 - Shelby County, contact Rod Cloyd, Athletic 

Director (502)633-2443. 



Eminence, contact Steve Frommeyer 



City, Jefferson City, Missouri, 

City, Jefferson City, Missouri, 
Morrow Little Miami High School, 
530 in top three grades. 



OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 
Bardstown High School needs Boys' Basketball games for 1988-89 on November 

29, December 16, January 17, 

(502)348-5913. 
North Bullitt needs girls games on 

Interested schools should contact Phil Berry, (502)957-2187 
Pikeville needs boys games December 23 through January 2, 

would consider tournament. Also need game on February 21 

Trivette, A.D. 
Frederick Fraize needs boys' basketball games for November 

December 2 and 6, preferably at home. Also open at January 6, 27 and 

31, and February 7, 17, 20 and 24. Contact Bob Geoghegan, 

(502)788-3388. 



and February 21. Contact Garnis Martin 
12/6/88, 1/3/89, 1/31/89, and 2/23/89. 



home or away, 
Contact Ken 



15 and 29, 



With the enforcement 
important to keep up 
Assessment (ACT test). 

Test Date 

12/10/88 

02/11/89 

04/15/89 

06/10/89 



A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1988-89 

of the N.C.A.A. Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 
with the test dates for the American College Testing 

For this school year, the schedule is as follows: 
Regular Postmark Deadline Late Deadline 
11/11/88 11/29/88 

01/13/89 01/31/89 

03/17/89 04/04/89 

05/12/89 05/30/89 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION TO HOLD CLINIC 

The Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches Association will hold its Fifth 
Annual Baseball Clinic Friday, December 9th and 10th at the Springs Inn in 
Lexington. Guest speakers include former Major League Gold Glove winner Doug 
Flynn, Coach Ken Shreiber of LaPorte High School (IN), on of the nation's 
finest high school programs, Keith Madison and John Butler of Kentucky's 
baseball staff. Dr. Marvin Stringfellow of Georgetown, and representatives of 
several successful high school programs. For further information, contact Mac 
Whitaker, Harrison County High School, (606)234-2607. 

IMPORTANT NOTICE CONCERNING DISQUALIFICATIONS 

By Board of Control action, all participants and/or coaches who are ejected 
from a contest for unsportsmanlike conduct shall be suspended from competition 
for a minimum of one game. 

With this in mind, it is important to adhere to the following procedure should 
a representative of your school be ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct. 1) Be 
sure you receive a disqualification card from the contest official; 2) Contact 
this office in writing to request reinstatement of the participant; 3) Inform 
the participant/coach of the suspension. You will be notified by return mail 
as to the end of the suspension, and the date or day when the player/coach will 
be eligible to return to competition. Contests officials are reminded to use 
an ink pen and to press hard as the third copy is often illegible if done in 
pencil . 

*NOTE* Any person who is suspended from a contest may not dress for that 
contest in game uniform. They will however be covered by the catastrophic 
insurance policy insofar as practice is concerned unless you are otherwise 
notified. 

ATHLETIC TRAINING SOCIETY TO GIVE SCHOLARSHIPS 

Your student athletic trainers may be eligible for college scholarships offered 
from the Kentucky Athletic Trainers Society. For more information and an 
application, please contact Mr. Tom Simmons, Chairman, Scholarship Committee, 
Murray State University Athletic Department, Murray, Ky 42071. 



PARTICIPATION RISES IN ATHLETICS 

According to figures released by the National Federation, participation in high 
school athletics increased for the fourth straight year in 1987-88, as more 
than 5.2 million boys and girls were involved in interscholastic sports. 
Figures obtained from the 50 state Association offices and the District of 
Columbia and compiled by the National Federation show that 5,275,461 boys and 
girls were involved in athletics last year, an increase of 75,203 from 
1986-87. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1988 



PAGE SEVEN 



1988-89 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Jeff Scott, Fort Campbell 
Class AA Individual Champion 





CLASS AA BOYS' 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Jeff Scott 


Ft. Campbell 


16:29.10 


2 


James Scott 


Ft. Campbell 


16:40.80 


3 


Sean Vitatoe 


Western Hills 


16:46.00 


4 


Jeff Bledsoe 


Whitesburg 


16:46.30 


5 


Brian Binion 


Rowan County 


16:52.40 


6 


Tate Dillow 


Russell 


17:04.10 


7 


Chris Camuel 


Rowan County 


17:09.30 


8 


Jay Dunning 


Warren East 


17:15.70 


9 


Anthony Keeton 


Rowan County 


17:17.10 


10 


Mike Wall<er 


Fort Campbell 


17:21.40 


11 


John Combs 


Anderson County 


17:24.20 


12 


Eddie Olding 


Grant County 


17:27.40 


13 


Richard White 


Russell 


17:30.00 


14 


Shane Duncan 


Covington Catholic 


17:32.80 


15 


Kevin Ward 


Owensboro Catholic 


17:34.10 



CLASS AA BOYS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Fort Campbell 47 

2 Rowan County 73 

3 Western Hills 120 

4 Warren East 124 

5 Anderson County 128 

6 Russell 134 

7 Covington Cath 174 

8 Adair County 190 

9 Scott 196 

10 Hart County 202 

1 1 East Hardin 247 

12 Marion County 335 

1 3 Clay County 337 



FORT CAMPBELL HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS' CLASS AA CHAMPION 





0^ ^ I f^ 




V \ ^T] 




Team Members: Jeff Scott, James Scott, Eddie Rodriguez, Mike Wallcer, 
Fernando Rodriquez, Billy Ryan, Steve Ostberg, Gabriel Alger. 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1988 



1988-89 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Ed Wilhite, Danville 
Class A Individual Champion 





CLASS A BOYS' 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Ed Wilhite 


Danville 


16:18.90 


2 


Shawn Stanley 


Cordia 


16:19.40 


3 


W.J. Hardin 


Southwest Christian 


17:08.80 


4 


Jeff Kelsey 


Oneida Baptist 


17:11.60 


5 


Joe Gubser 


Silver Grove 


17:21.60 


6 


Robbie Long 


Garrard County 


17:27.40 


7 


Tony Rapp 


Walton-Verona 


17:28.00 


8 


Eugene Bush 


Cordia 


17:28.80 


9 


Rick Mariani 


Newport Cent. Catholici 7:30.30 


10 


Frankie Rivera 


Cordia 


17:34.40 


11 


Brian Jones 


Newport Cent Catholici 7:40.90 


12 


David Kaelin 


Walton-Verona 


17:42.40 


13 


Kevin Martin 


Cordia 


17:42.90 


14 


Jon Hardesty 


Somerset 


17:43.90 


15 


Shannon Haggard 


Bellevue 


17:46.80 



CLASS A BOYS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Cordia 23 

2 Walton Verona 80 

3 Danville 107 

4 Bellevue 121 

5 West Hopkins 158 

6 Christian Academy 165 

7 Carroll County 189 

8 Fort Knox 213 

9 Providence 246 

1 Frankfort 248 

1 1 Green County 267 

12 Oneida Baptist 278 

13 Berea 307 

14 Lexington Catholic 334 



CORDIA HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS' CLASS A CHAMPION 




Team Members: Shawn Stanley, Eugene Buck, Kevin Martin, Frankie Rivera, 
Brandon Gayheart, Keitii Combs, David Watts. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1988 



PAGE NINE 



1988-89 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Stephanie Edgar, Dayton 
Class A Individual Champion 





CLASS A GIRLS' 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Stephanie Edgar 


Dayton 


10:57.80 


2 


Carrie Barber 


Frankfort 


11:09.20 


3 


Catherine Hancocl< 


Frankfort 


11:20.30 


4 


Maureen Egan 


St. Henry 


11:26.40 


5 


Amy Clements 


St. Henry 


11:31.60 


6 


Kimberly Hancock 


Frankfort 


11:36.30 


7 


Christina Brown 


Owen County 


11:44.20 


8 


Ashley Stewart 


Owen County 


11:49.90 


9 


Jayme Clements 


St. Henry 


11:51.30 


10 


Adrianne Mason 


Providence 


11:55.20 


11 


Dottie Wrosleski 


Dayton 


11:56.60 


12 


Casey Dutton 


Frankfort 


11:59.30 


13 


Deddie Finke 


Danville 


12:01.40 


14 


Katie Stamps 


Danville 


12:07.80 


15 


Jennifer Johnson 


Dayton 


12:10.10 



CLASS A GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 

PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Frankfort 59 

2 St. Henry 64 

3 Dayton 73 

4 Danville 100 

5 Providence 104 

6 Owen County 141 

7 Cordia 201 

8 Raceland 239 

9 St. Mary 242 

10 Evarts 259 

1 1 Caverna 260 

12 Ky. Country Day 282 



FRANKFORT HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS' CLASS A CHAMPION 




Team Members: Carrie Barber, Casey Dutton, Natalie Gray, Catherine 
Hancock, Kimberly Hancock, Sherri Heady, Lizzie Lange, Stephanie Mare, 
Laura Miklavcic. 



PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1988 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL STATE SOCCER TOURNAMENT 

Lafayette High School, Lexington, Kentucl^y 
November 1-5, 1988 



Woodford County 





Tates Creek 3 (OT) 


Tates Creek 2 




Tates Creek 4 


Ballard 2 








MaleO 


Owensboro 








Ballard 4 


Montgomery County 1 






Tates Creek 


Highlands 








Montgomery County 2 


Owensboro 2 (OT) 








Marshall County 










Owensboro 5 








1988-89 Soccer Champions - Tates Creek High School 




LEFT TO RIGHT FRONT ROW: (squatting) Jacob Owen, manager, Scott Robinette, Clifton Cox, Kevin Scofield, Stephen Miller, 
Greg Leaf. Mil<e Migliaccio, Greg Kotzbauer, Matt Hill, Greg Miller, Jose Alvarez, Josfiua Huffman, manager. MIDDLE ROW: 
coach Mayrwieser, Taimur Burki, manager, Brian Weinberg, Doug Robertson, Jonathan Sl<eeters, Jamie Stewart, Bran Burns, 
Steven Conner, James Trusley, Brent Clayton, Robin Sither, Colby Tipton, manager, Asst Coach Garcia-Penya. LAST ROW: 
Dane Arth, Chris Doerge, Marl< Sullivan, Bobby Livesay, Adam Cron. Ryan Lisl<, Stan Spillman, John Bernardo. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1 988 PAGE ELEVEN 




^ METAL CLEATS REINSTATED 

(RELEASE FOR 1989 BASEBALL SEASON 

KANSAS CITY, MO (July 1 4. 1 988) — Effective witfi itie 1 989 higli sctiool baseball season, players will be permitted to use metal 
cleats. 

In its June 27-28 meeting in Kansas City, the National Federation Baseball Rules Committee reinstated the use of metal cleats 
after a five-year absence. Since 1984, only non-metal cleats have been allowed at the high school level. 

"Because of conflicting information pertaining to injuries attributed to non-metal and metal cleats, the rules committee could not 
judge which types of injuries were more significant," said Brad Rumble, editor of the National Federation baseball rules. "Not being 
medical authorities, the committee decided that both types of shoe should be allowed." 

Six other rules changes were made by the committee, including a penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct by the coach that would 
restrict him to the dugout for the remainder of the game. 

As an alternative to ejecting a coach, Rule 3-3-1 now will allow the umpire to restrict the coach to the dugout for 
unsportsmanlike conduct. The decision would be at an umpire's discretion and would be based on severity of the coach's 
conduct. 

The intent of the change is to allow games to continue in those situations where the coach's conduct is not blatant," Rumble 
said. "If a coach is ejected and there is not another adult sponsor or assistant coach, the game is forfeited in some states. This 
rules change gives the umpire an option for less severe conduct by the coach." 

Rule 4-4-1 -f now will allow a team that has its final player ejected to continue the game with eight players. Previously, only a 
team that lost its final player through injury or illness could continue to play but had to forfeit the game when its final player was 
ejected. 

Because of an increasing number of players wearing protective devices on batting helmets, the committee determined that 
Rule 1-1-6 no longer will require state associations to approve each particular case. 

In another change involving the playing field and equipment. Rule 1-3-1 will permit a double first base by state association 
adoption. This alternative was instituted in softball two years ago. 

"This option was enacted for safety reasons because it reduces the possibility of a fielder and runner colliding on an initial play at 
first base," Rumble said. "Safety is the No. 1 priority of the committee." 

Two changes were made in Rule 6 involving pitching. Rule 6-1 now will require state associations to adopt limits on the amount 
a pitcher can throw. 

"The committee is concerned that pitchers are ruining their arms by throwing too much in a given amount of time," Rumble said. 
"We are asking that states adopt some type of restrictions so that adequate rest is obtained between pitching appearances." 

Beginning next season, a change in Rule 6-1-3 will require pitchers to come to a complete and discernible stop in the set 
position. Although the rule has been the same in the past, it has been satisfied by a pitcher simply changing direction. Henceforth, 
the pause must be recognizable and observable. 

"The committee's action this year reflected the major concerns of high school baseball — safety, participation and conduct," 
Rumble said. "The relatively small number of changes reflects the committee's belief that the game is thriving and popular and 
there's not a need to make major changes." 

Baseball is the fourth-most popular sport at the high school level with 406,046 participants, trailing only football, basketball and 
outdoor track. It ranks third in school sponsorship with 13,615, trailing basketball and outdoor track. 

PITCHING CHANGE MADE IN HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL 

High school softball pitchers will have another delivery option beginning with the 1989 season. 

In its June 29-30 meeting in Kansas City, the National Federation Softball Rules Committee changed rule 6-1 -2-b to allow a 
pitcher to step backward with her non-pivot foot until the hands are brought together. 

"The rule change enables the pitcher to take a wider base of support and gain better balance, which contributes to becoming 
more proficient in the art of fast-pitching pitching," said Brad Rumble, editor of the National Federation softball rules. 

The new pitching rule is the same as the one already in effect by the Amateur Softball Association. 

Three changes made in high school baseball were adopted by the softball committee. 

As an alternative to ejecting a coach. Rule 3-3-1 now will allow the umpire to restrict the coach to the dugout for unsportsmanlike 
conduct. The decision would be at an umpire's discretion and would be based on severity of the coach's conduct. 
"In some states, if a coach is ejected and another school staff member is not available to take over, the game must be forfeited," 
Rumble said. "The committee believes that every attempt should be made to keep the game from being forfeited. Therefore, if a 
coach misbehaves and the offense is judged to be of a minor nature, the umpire can restrict the coach to the dugout/bench for 
the remainder of the game. The umpire still has the authority, however, to eject a coach at any time if the coach's actions warrant 
such a penalty." 

Rule 4-4-1 -f now will allow a team that has its final player ejected to continue the game with eight players. Previously, only a team 
that lost its final player through injury or illness could continue play but had to forfeit the game when its final player was ejected. 

As will be the case in baseball, state associations have been removed from the responsibility of approving protective devices 
attached to batting helmets. 

"Because of an increasing number of players wearing protective devices on batting helmets, the logistics of sending such 
devices to state association offices has become burdensome," Rumble said. "Only commercially manufactured face protectors 
that are attached to head protectors are legal." 

In other softball rules changes, the committee approved the use of an extra player in slow-pitch softball. The extra player can 
bat and play defense without substituting. If the extra player is used, all 11 players must bat but only 10 may play defense. 
Defensive positions may be changed, but the batting order must remain the same. 

To clarify the definition of a "legal substitute," the committee altered Rule 3-1-2 to state that any player who has not reported 
becomes a substitute after the first pitch (legal or illegal). Prior to a pitch, the unreported substitute cannot be ejected for not 
reporting, if the infraction is discovered. 

Changes were made in Rule 1 -1 -5 to prohibit the following items: plastic visors and distracting items worn by pitchers such as 
contrasting shorts or body suits worn under the uniform. 

In terms of the numberof participants, fast-pitch softball is the fourth-most popular sport for girls with 219,228, topped only by 
basketball, outdoor track and volleyball. 



PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1988 




APPEALS HEARINGS 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building, Lexington, 
Kentucky, on Friday afternoon, October 14, 1988, for the 
purpose of hearing appeals. 

The meeting was called to order by President Tom 
Buchanan at 1:30 p.m. Present were Sandy Allen, Huston 
DeHaven, Charles Henry, Pearl Ray Lefevers, Charles fVliller, 
Ivlarvin Moore. Tony dinger David Points, Ken Tippett, and 
Liz Trabandt; Commissioner Tom IVIills and Executive 
Assistant Billy Wise. The invocation was given by Charles 
Henry. 

President Buchanan called on Charles Haddaway, III, who 
had requested a hearing before the Board of Control on 
behalf of his son, James Haddaway, a student at Southwest 
Christian High School, who had been ruled ineligible by the 
Commission under By-Law 5, Section 3, Proper Grade Level. 
Athletic Director Doug Hash was also present with Mr. 
Haddaway. Following questions by the Board members to Mr. 
Haddaway, David Points made a motion that the Board waive 
the decision of the Commissioner and that James Haddaway 
be ruled eligible to participate in interscholastic athletics. The 
motion failed by a vote of six opposed and four in favor of the 
motion. Therefore James Haddaway remains ineligible to 
represent Southwest Christian High School. 

Then came Mrs. Pat Meers, representing her foster son. 
Kendell Ray Edwards, a student at East Hardin High School. 
Kendell had attended and represented LaRue County High 
School in interscholastic athletics and had been declared 
ineligible to represent East Hardin High School under By-Law 
6, Transfer Rule. Following Mrs. Meer's presentation and 
questions to her by the Board members, Marvin Moore made 
a motion, seconded by Charles Henry, that the Commission- 
er's ruling be upheld in this case. However, Mrs, Meers was to 
be informed that should Kendell return to LaRue County High 
School he would be eligible to represent that school due to 
the fact that he resides in that district and established his 
eligibility there. The motion carried unanimously. 

Sandy Allen then made a motion that the Board go into 
Executive Session to discuss legal matters. Liz Trabandt 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 

Ken Tippett made a motion, seconded by Tony dinger to 
come out of Executive Session. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

The next appeal on the Agenda was on behalf of Michael 
Lacks, a student at Raceland High School. Mr. and Mrs. 
Kenny Lacks and Principal John Stephens. Raceland High 
School were present for the hearing. Mr. and Mrs. Lacks 
requested a Closed Session due to the possibility that 
Michael's academic records would be discussed. Huston 
DeHaven made a motion, seconded by Marvin Moore that the 
Board go into Closed Session. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Following this hearing. Charles Henry moved that the 
Board come out of Closed Session, Charlie Miller seconded 
the motion which passed. 

The next appeal was requested by Mr. David Witt, on behalf 
of his nephew, Robert S. Lunsford, a sophomore at Lafayette 
High School. Principal Thurmas Reynolds, Lafayette High 
School, was also in attendance. Robert had been ruled 
ineligible to participate in interscholastic athletics under By- 
Law 6, Transfer Rule due to the fact he had attended Mercer 
County High School and had participated in football and then 
transferred to Lafayette High School. Following Mr. Witt's 
presentation. Ken Tippett made a motion, seconded by 
Charles Henry that the Board uphold the Commissioner's 
ruling in this case. The motion carried unanimously. 



Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Siler, through their attorney, J. B. 
Johnson, Jr., presented the next appeal on behalf of their son, 
Todd Siler. Present for the hearing were Todd and coach 
Richard Prewitt, Williamsburg High School. Principal Virgil 
Chambers, Coach John Davenport and Ath. Dir. Lonnie 
Anderson were also present representing Whitley County 
High School. Todd participated in varsity baseball and 
basketball at Whitley County High School and then trans- 
ferred to Williamsburg High School where he was ruled 
ineligible to participate in interscholastic athletics until he 
had been enrolled there for a period of thirty-six school 
weeks. Following a lengthy cross examination by Attorney 
J.B. Johnson, Jr., and K.H.S.A.A. Board Attorney Danny 
Reeves, questions to all parties by Board members and 
testimony by Exec. Asst. Billy Wise, David Points moved that 
the Board uphold the Commissioner's ruling in this case. 
Marvin Moore seconded the motion. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

The next appeal was presented by Mrs. Ann Alvey on behalf 
of her son, Dennis Alvey. Dennis had transferred to Southern 
High School from DeSales High School. He had been ruled 
ineligible by the Commissioner due to the fact that he had 
participated in basketball and football at his former school 
and was subject to the provisions of By-Law 6, Transfer Rule. 
Following a discussion of Dennis' situation, and questions to 
Mrs. Alvey by Board members, David Points made a motion 
that Dennis be declared eligible to participate in athletics at 
Southern High School. Ken Tippett seconded the motion 
which passed by a vote of 8 in favor and 1 opposed. 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Palmisano presented the next appeal to 
the Board on behalf of their son, John. John was declared 
ineligible to represent Madison Southern High School in 
interscholastic athletics under the provisions of By-Law 6, 
Transfer Rule, after having transferred from Berea High 
School where he participated in varsity athletics. Following 
their presentation and questions by the Board members and a 
lengthy discussion thereof, Charlie Miller made a motion, 
seconded by Pearl Ray Lefevers, that the Commissioner's 
ruling be upheld in this case. The motion carried by a vote of 8 
in favor and 2 opposed. 

Due to the lateness of the hour, the remainder of the 
appeals were continued to Saturday morning, October 15. 
The meeting was adjourned. 



SPECIAL NOTES 

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The Part II examination must be taken under supervision. It 
will be given by the local assigning secretary and/or the 
KHSAA Office in Lexington, or other sites as designated by 
the KHSAA. Any exception to the above must be cleared with 
the Commissioner. 

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DELEGATE ASSEMBLY MEMBERS 



Members of the Delegate Assembly at the forthcoming 1989 annual meeting of the Association were elected by the Board Appointed 
Representatives of the K.H.S.A.A. There were several ties in the voting for delegate and alternate. These ties were broken recently, with the 
delegates and alternates determined by lot. Article IV, Section 2-c, of the Constitution states in the last sentence, "If the duly elected delegate or 
alternate does not answer the roll call at the annual meeting of the Delegate Assembly, the district shall remain not represented". The name of 
the district representatives and alternates are as follows: 



No. 

1 Phillip Rudolph 

2 Tom Lane 

3 Sam Workman 

4 Ralph Colby 

5 Buddy L Nichols 

6 HowEird Crittenden 

7 James Stevens 

8 Marshall Patterson 

9 Bob Combs 

10 Jim Price 

11 Rob Cox 

12 Don Hayes 

13 Howard Vaughn 

14 Joe Watkins 

15 Bennie Keen 

16 David Weirinner 

17 Phillip E. Owen 

1 8 Norm Weaver 

19 JudeTalbott 

20 George A. Critz 

21 Harold Fenderson 

22 Kenneth Frick 

23 George B. Greshel 

24 Rex Robinson 

25 Jay Levine 

26 Darren Fox 

27 Byron Bell 

28 Tom Cheaney 

29 Bob Wagoner 

30 David Baird 

31 Mike Stratton 

32 Roger Milburn 

33 Ray Kues 

34 Jim McDonough 

35 Bob Schneider 

36 Robert Konerman 

37 No name 

38 Larry G. Sutton 

39 Joe Dan Gold 

40 Dr. Russell Bowen 

41 Michael L Oder 

42 Danny Haney 

43 Karen Vanover 

44 Ed Miracle 

45 Tom Mills 

46 Jim Gash 

47 Larry Kinnett 

48 demons Bundy 

49 Bobby Keith 

50 Clayton Taylor 

51 Wayne Wilson 

52 Bob Morris 

53 Homer Brown 

54 J.R. Noe 

55 Gary Pack 

56 Charlie Turner 

57 Dave Butcher 

58 Frankie Francis 

59 Richard Goodman 

60 Randy McCoy 

61 James D. Trimble 

62 Michael Edington 

63 John Stephens 

64 Jay Hutchinson 

65 Judy Thomas, President 

66 Jimmie Reed, Exec. Sec. 

67 Bob Jacobs, President 



Delegate 

Hickman County 

Heath 

Ballard Memorial 

Mayfield 

Lyon County 

Henderson County 

Madisonville-N. Hopkins 

Fort Campbell 

Apollo 

Muhlenberg Central 

Breckinridge County 

McLean County 

Butler County 

Warren East 

Allen County-Scottsville 

Clinton County 

Elizabethtown 

Green County 

Bardstown 

Adair County 

Shawnee 

Bulter County 

Fairdale 

DeSales 

Male 

Seneca 

Jeffersontown 

Eastern 

North Bullitt 

Eminence 

Gallatin County 

Williamstown 

St. Henry 

Holy Cross 

Newport Central Catholic 

Scott 

Pendleton County 

Fleming County 

Estill County 

Frankfort 

Lexington Catholic 

Lafayette 

Madison Central 

Boyle County 

Mercer County 

Russell County 

Laurel County 

Clay County 

Lynn Camp 

Middlesboro 

Harian 

Jenkins 

Dilce Combs 

Lee County 

Owsley County 

Sheldon Clari< 

Floyd County Schools 

Millins 

Elkhorn City 

Menifee County 

Lewis County 

Raceland 

Paul Blazer 

Fairview 

Washington County 

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School/System 

J. Virgil Yates 
Vernon Edwards 
B.B. Kendrick 
Bill Wells 

Mary Ann Fourgurean 
Richard Vincent 
Joe Bariow 
Dan Sundberg 
Willis McClure 
Dale Todd 
John Baird 
Jake Russell 
Randy Burden 
Fred Carter 
Larry Lock 
David M. Wells 
Kim Shaw 
Nelson Moore 
William Hardin 
Paul J. Dicken 
Charles Weathers 
Butch Blakely 
Marilyn Hohmann 
Mike McDaniel 
Jerry Mayes 
John Whiting 
Jerry Keepers 
Jack Jacobs 
Gary Dennison 
Brad Hargrove 
Tom Peterson 
Don Martin 
Joe Stark 
Mike Guidugli 
Cari Foster 
Tom Seither 
No name 
Steve Craig 
Duane Lambert 
Lowell Flannery 
Fred Simpson 
Mike Lamb 
Robert Murray 
Shiriey Kearns 
Jim Donlon 
John Slone 
Donnie Morrison 
Raymond Reed 
Mike Jones 
Calvin Vaughn 
Tim Saylor 
William R. Napier 
Carson Slone 
John Paul Amis 
Dan^ell Hogan 
Russell Duff 
Roger Hariess 
David Turner 
Tom Swartz 
Jerry Childers 
Larry Brown 
Harlan Fleming 
Jerry Blanchard 
Jerry Umberger 
K.G.S.A. 
K.H.S.C.A. 
K.H.S.A.D.A. 



Alternate School/System 

Fulton City 

Heath 

Ballard Memorial 

Murray 

Trigg County 

Union County 

Madisonville-N. Hopkins 

Hopkinsville 

Apollo 

Muhlenberg 

St. Romuald 

Ohio County 

Butler County 

Warren East 

Barren County 

Cumberiand County 

North Hardin 

Green County 

Washington County 

Campbellsville 

Shawnee 

Butler County 

Fairdale 

Iroquois 

St. Xavier 

Seneca 

Fern Creek 

Waggener 

Bullitt Central 

Henry County 

Oldham County 

Grant County 

Simon Keaton 

Covington Catholic 

Newport Central Catholic 

Bishop Brossart 

Pendleton County 

Mason County 

Estill County 

Western Hills 

Sayre 

Lafayette 

Model 

Boyle County 

Mercer County 

Russell County 

Laurel County 

Jackson County 

Lynn Camp 

Pineville 

Evarts 

Jenkins 

Buckhorn 

Lee County 

Owsley County 

Sheldon Clark 

Floyd County Schools 

Pikeville 

Elkhorn City 

Menifee County 

East Carter 

Russell 

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STATE TRACK & FIELD 
COMMITTEE MEETING 

November 22, 1988 



The K.H.S.A.A. Track and Field Committee met at the 
Association Office in Lexington on Tuesday, November 22, 
1988. The meeting was called to order by Brigid L. DeVries, 
Assistant Commissioner at 1:30 P.M. 

Members present were: Bro. Borgia, Charlie Ruter, Lyman 
Brown, Marty Mayer, John Gettler, Rudy McKinney and Bill 
Patton. Members absent were Jean Wright, Joe Mahan, Ken 
Trivette, Karen Vanover and Randy Grimes. 

Charlie Ruter distributed a Newsletter and reported on the 
Mason Dixon Games to be held on February 3 & 4, 1989 in 
Louisville at Broadbent Arena, which is adjacent to Freedom 
Hall. The Mason Dixon Committee is coordinating efforts with 
the KTCCCA to help secure more officials for the high school 
division. The high school division will be open to Kentucky 
athletes only. 

Ms. DeVries then called on Bob Stacey, who was in 
attendance, to report on KTCCCA activities. He mentioned 
the addition of more track officials to help at meets as one of 
the organization's goals. 

The first item on the Agenda was a discussion of the 
Regional and Sectional Track Meets and sites. Committee 
members discussed and made recommendations regarding 
Regional and Sectional sites. Ms. DeVries will begin to solicit 
sites for both the 1989 and 1990 Regional and Sectional 
Meets. The dates for the 1989 Meets are as follows: 



Regional Meets: 
Sectional Meets: 
State Meet: 



May 12 4 13,1989 
May 20, 1989 
May 27, 1989 



It was noted that the wording regarding scratch deadlines 
and procedures be detailed further by meet management and 
highlighted in the Regional Information. 

The next item for discussion was the State Track Meet. It 
was decided that information regarding proper uniform be 
stressed on the State Information as well as Regional and 
Sectional Information. The current State Meet format was 
reviewed, followed by a very lengthy discussion regarding the 
two-day State Meet proposal, submitted to the Board of 
Control by Frank Miklavcic. 

The proposal was presented to the Board by Reba Woodall 
at the October Meeting and has been referred to the All- 
Sports Committee for further study. Committee members 
were invited to direct comments regarding the proposal to 
Tom Buchanan and other members of the All-Sports 
Committee. 

The next agenda item was an outline of the expanded Track 
and Field Clinic program. The dates and exact locations are 
being secured at this time. People having any good films or 
audio-visual materials are asked to make them available for 
use in the clinic program. The area representatives assisting 
with the track clinics will be invited to the K.H.S.A.A. Office for 
a meeting regarding the upcoming clinics. Clinic stan- 
dardization will be stressed. The film Track and Field The 
Right Way was reviewed by the committee, and will be utilized 
in the clinics this year. 

The next item for discussion was the National Federation 
Rule Changes. For the 1988-89 school year. Points of 
Emphasis included uniform clarification and safety, 
especially in the throwing events. 

Miscellaneous items included the dates of the 1989 Blue 
Grass State Games as July 28, 29 & 30. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



THE GAME GUY A WARD 

This year the K.H.S.A.A. will again award the Game Guy 
Award. School representatives and registered officials may 
make nominations for the award. The eligible person should 
be a pupil at the junior or senior high school level who has 
overcome great physical handicap in order to take part in 
athletics. Letters of recommendation should be addressed to 
"Game Guy Committee, K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, 
Lexington. Kentucky 40522." Deadline for the 1989 
nomination is April 1. 



CELEBRATE NATIONAL 
GIRLS AND WOMEN IN SPORTS DAY 

Honor a Female Athlete February 4, 1989 

Citizens for Sports Equity urges schools, youth sports 
teams, recreation departments, youth agencies, and women's 
groups to celebrate National Girls and Women Sports Day by 
selecting a female athlete to honor. A certificate may be 
framed and presented to a young woman athlete at a special 
event or in a special setting on or around February 4, 1989. 
Send a snapshot and the name of your athlete to: 
WENDY POORE 
Director of EEO 
State Department of Education 
Capital Plaza Tower 
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601 
Snapshots will be part of a display at the Citizens for Sports 
Equity hospitality room at the Girls' State Basketball 
Tournament. 

DECEMBER 1988 VOL. L, NO. 5 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926. 
Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

EdHor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant EdHor BRIGID L. OeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant EdHor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

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1991) Hardinsburg, Charles Henry (1988-1992) 
Paducah, Pearl Ray Lefevers (1988-1992) Kettle Island, 
Charles Miller (1986-1990) Louisville, Marvin Moore (1988- 

1992) Morehead, Tony dinger (1984-1989) Lexington, 
David Points (1988-1991) Mt. Sterling, Ken Tippett (1985- 
1989) Versailles, Liz Trabandt (1988-1991) Ashland; State 
Department of Education - Harry Loy, Frankfort. 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER. 1988 



1988 Class A State Football Championships 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

November 11, 1988 - December 3, 1988 



il Munav (6-4. 4-11 7 



al Murray 17-4) 



RussBllville (5-6, 2-11 6 



al Todd Couniy Central (B-2. 3-0) 16 
Heath (B-41 12 



Healhf7-4. 4-1) 22 (2 07^ 



at HaiT0d3t)urii (6-3. 4-0 ) 31 

Hanodabutq f7-3) 17 



Paris (S-5, 3-1) 6 



al Bam County (9-2. 4-0 1 24 

at Bath County (10-21 12 



HafTodaburo (a-3) 10 



at Han^otisburQ (B-31 1 



Ffantclon (7-2. 3-11 

at Beechwood [iO-i. S- Ot 3i 

Boechwood (11-11 34 
Hazard (8-3. 4-ii a 

ai Raeeiand (9-2, 4-11 



BeecHwood li2-il 7 



Carroll County (9-1, 4- 1) 7 



al Pinevrlle (7-3. 4-11 42 



Fiefninq-Neon (9-2, 5- 1) 20 



11 Piketfillo(11-0, 6-01 3 5 



al Pihayjlle (13-0) 34 



I PihBviite (12-01 21 



Wiflramsbufq (6-5, 3-2) 



1988 Class AA State Football Championships 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

November 11, 1988 - December 3, 1988 







atMav1ield(iO-2) 24 




McLean County (4-7, 3 
31 Loaan County (5-4. A 


2) 7 
-1) 3 


Movfie(d(ii-2) 14 










Fon Camobell (7-4) 6 






Fort Camobell (6-4 2- 
ai Glasgow (8-3, 4-11 


) 34 


Fori Knox (13-1) 45 




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Batd9tQwn(9-V4-11 2 





01 Fort Knox (12-1) 21 












at Fori Kno» (11-1) 42 






Monroe County (9-? 4- 
at Danville (E-4. 5-01 1 


11 20 


FonKnoK (14-11 








al OanviUe (7-41 ?6 






Newport Central Catfwl 


c (6-5,4-1) 6 


Danville (S-41 9 




















Moicor County (9-1,4- 


) 10 





SomefSfli (11-21 21 



ilCorbin (9-1.3-1) 7 



U Cotbin(lO-11 10 



Leslie County (5-4, 4-1 ) o 

at Wtiitaaburg (10-1 , 5-0 1 16 

Somerset (9-21 12 
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at Sonwrsei [10-21 23 



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1988 Class AAA State Football Championships 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

November 11, 1988 - December 3, 1988 



at Henfleison Counry (7 - 



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'en Cenlral(iO-v 3 -11 17 



IL SheiDv Counry |10-0 4-0i ie 

al Shelby Counry 1 1 1 -Q ) \2 



Warren Cenlral (ig-l) ? 



CiisTian Coun^]6-5. ^-1| 6 



Holy Cross (Louisville) (B -2. 4-i) IB 
Male (9-1) 1 



Male [8-1. 4-1) 20 



DuPonl Manual (13-01 



I DuPoni Manual 112- 0) 25 



DiiPonl Manual (10-0. 5 -01 9 

DuPoni Manual [n-oi 2i (OT) 

Sulle. 16-4.4-11 7 



Fandaie |iO-0, 5-01 34 



Fairdale (11-01 23 



Waqqenei (7-2. 4-1) 7 



riiniTy (Louisville) [10-0 5-01 31 

Tnniw (Louisville) [l1-0 ) 35 



TriniTv iLouismlle) (i2-0 



DeSales (4-5. 4-1| 7 



It Tales Creek no-i, 7- 0| 35 

Tales Creek m-n 



Camppell Counry (6-5. 3-i) 23 



ai Boone Couniv (7-3. 



Tnnitv [Lomsvillel (14-0 ) 



Tnnily (Louisville) (i3-0 ) 28 



al Boorw Counly (9-31 17 



al Boone Couniy [6-31 7 



MaQison Cenlral (9-2, 5-21 



1988 Class AAAA State Football Championships 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

November 11, 1988 - December 3, 1988 



Paducah Tilqhman (8-3 5-0) 40 

Paflucah Tiiqr>man (9-31 27 



Ow8nsboro(7-3. 4-11 20 



it Bowling Gteen (9-2 , 5 -01 34 

II Bov^irw] Green (10-2 ) 



Paducah TiiqUn-ian [10-3 1 27 



Hophinsville t6-3. 4-11 28 



at Barren County (7-3, 5 -il 7 

Woodlord County (n 



Woodto'd Couniv [io- i. s-il 2i 



at Lincoln County (1 1 -o 



Paducah Tilqhman (11 



al Lincoln Counry (13-0 1 7 



at Lincoln County (12-0 1 4i 



Manon c:ounry 19-a. S- il 



al Covlrwton Caiholic fi Q-i 7-oi 21 

al C^ovlnqton CaitiolK: (1 1-1I 33 



Cawood(6-4, 4-11 7 



at Bell Counry (9-2. 5-01 12 

Highlands (10-11 6 



Covington Catholic (12- 11 e 



Highlands (9-1. 6-1) 3 7 
al Russell ia-3. 4-01 13 



Brealhin County (5-B. 2 -21 8 

alBeltry (10-1. 4-0) 13 



Covloglon Catholic (14 -11 



ClUt AAA CnoKpign 



Covinqton Catholic (13 -1 ) 30 (OT) 



at Paul Blajer (7-Bl 



Paul Blazer 16-61 27 



Paul Blazer (5-6. 3-i) 21 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1988 



PIKEVILLE PANTHERS 
CLASS A CHAMPION 




so 65 SS 54. 70 t'^in x\. -■■^ 




Row One - John Trobough, Virgil Ray, Robert Mims, John Pinson, Shane Mills, Ben Howard, Mil<e McCoy, Kevin Arnold, 
Mike May, Chris Wood, Brad Potty, Darrel Ratliff. Row Two - Shane Allara, Brian Lafferty, Jerry Ray, Donald Bentley, 
Jimmy Stewart, David Honaker, Jody Brown, Bobby Deramus, David Cox, Greg Hackney, Jon Blackburn, Jason Howard. 
Row Three - Ronnie Ford (manager), Chris Justice, Mike Bartley, Keith Lockhart, Lindsay Phillips, Lance Rose, Shannon 
Smith, Jamie Hamilton, Todd James, Kevin Lockhart, Tommy Swartz, Anthony Keathley, Eddie Venters. Row Four - 
Bobby Phillips (manager), Chris Caudill, Deanthony Honaker, Jason Blackburn, Shannon Cochran, Kevin Stewart, B.C. 
Newsome, Scott Collins, Hayes Gullett, Jason Justice, Murray Garvin, Madison Helvey, Chris Morris (manager). Row Five 
- John demons, Aaron Baiser, Sean Neeley, Tim McNamee, Parker Pari<er, Mickey Webster, Mike Hale, Brian Wilson, 
Jeff Roop, Tim Honaker. Row Six - Asst. Coach Joe Mahan, Asst. Coach Ken Trivette, Asst. Coach Bill Allara, Coach 
Billard Howard, Trainer Tom Smith, Asst. Coach Mark Wheeler, Asst. Coach Larry Belcher 

HARRODSBURG PIONEERS 
CLASS A RUNNER-UP 




Row One - Dennis Johnson, Germaine Dunn, Craig Vaughn, Hoawrd Edelen, Mike Hensley, Demck Johnson. Row Two 
- Brad Matheriy, Chris Browning, Erin Thompson, Micquel Yates, James Elery, Larry Wilham, Meal Pankey. Row Three - 
Danny Moore (no longer with team), Joey Yates, Brent Dunlap, Gary Ford, Darryl Smith, Chris Freeman, David Darnall, 
Chris Byrd, Jason Dunn 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1988 



PAGE FIVE 



FORT KNOX EAGLES 
CLASS AA CHAMPION 



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Row One - Fred Matthews, Shawn Bancroft, William Pollard, Pauufi Mikaele, Chet Gill, Steve Riley, Cleveland Spain, 
James Frazier, Steve Williams, David Bradley, Eddie Thompson, Jonathan Little, Douglas Nyberg, Jon Parvin, Scott 
Sewell. Row Two - Ernest Wilson, Mike Young, Chris Judge, Lament Kirby, LaVon Washburn, Mark Kirchdoerfer, 
Shabazz Alderman, Joe Williams, Mike Widener, Bobby Thompson, Mike Woodward, Shane Beck, Jay Mandt, Rahmar 
Shelton. Row Three - Michael Korinta, Allen Korinta, Justin Rasmussen, Leonard Valentine, Darius McCall, Michael 
Raymer, Jimmy Jacobsen, Dana Spraggins, Deron Walker, Danny Davis, Josh Roberts, Sean Riley, Howard French. Row 
Four - Managers - Kevin Washington, Joe Washington. Coaches - Joe Washington, Joe Lewis, Joe Jaggers (Head 
Coach), Joe Dickerson, Steve Duncan, Mike McCoy, Manager Jay Alderman. 



SOMERSET BRIAR JUMPERS 
CLASS AA RUNNER-UP 




Row One - Mike Gallagher, Steve Adams, Jason Ritter, Brian Russell, Kevin Speaks, Jason Marcum, Mike Reynolds, Billy 
Fisher, Derek Cimala. Row Two - Eric Jones, Joe Perkins, Ben Fitzpatrick, Scott Gulock, Larry Gallagher, Gary Bruner, 
Shawn Sandusky, Toby Durham, Jake Bach. Row Three - Joe Godbey, Gary Coontz, Asst. Coach Steve Sharpe, Asst. 
Coach Tommy Floyd, Head Coach John Cain, Asst. Coach Mark Beasley, Asst. Coach Jeff Perkins, Asst. Coach Jackie 
Jewell, Bo Wallace, Chris Gross. Row Four - John Perkins, Greg Miller, Mike Randall, Mike Mullins, Jason Combs, Joe 
Weise, Darren Wesley (no longer on team), Johnny Cain, Rick Lark. Row Five - Jonathan Perdue, Bill Withers, Brook 
Massey, Jeff Stigall, Chris Campbell, Brian Rogers, Jeff Jasper, Chris Neikirk, Brad Poynter (no longer on team). Row Six 
- Travis Rogers, Brannon Miller, Shannon Smith, Rob Newby, Doug Smith, Chuck Stamper, Brad Harris, Randy Spaw, 
Scott Lynch, Mark Eldridge. Not pictured - Jody Meece 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1988 



COVINGTON CATHOLIC COLONELS 
CLASS AAA CHAMPION 





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Row One - Paul HIadon, David Wilson, Kevin Fieger, Kevin Butler, Tim Schuh, Chris Wagner, Pete Wischer, Andy Diskin, 
Bill Kuchle, Jim Dannemann, Brian Murphy, Dave McGee, Gary Snyder. Row Two - Scott Spivey, Mike Bessler, Eric 
Rummel, Dan Ruh, Dave Brewer, Greg Middendorf, Bill Curee, Dana Granger, Jason Guenther, Martin Crowe, Matt 
Stegman, Jeff Schabell, Chris Kendall. Row Three - Jason Buhr, Joe Woolf, Charlie Duncan, Dave Meier, Jeff Ziegler, 
Dan Flesch, Mike Flesch, Don Brossart, Jack Lenihan, Bill Andrew, Nick Rabe, Dan Martin, Chris Noel. Row Four - Chip 
VonLeLehman, Jeff Staley, Roger Werner, Bryn Ziegler, Joe Bensman, Barry Jones, Dave McDonald, Jason Baute, Brian 
Williams, Nick Hovan. Row Five - Nate Roedig, Bill Unkraut, Gerry Anneken, Steve Schulte, Jeff Rensing, Joe Nienaber, 
Paul Spellman, John Lewin, Brian Good, Ralph Gerdes, Rob Graves, Gregg Wilson, Kelly Flannery 



PADUCAH TILGHMAN TORNADO 
CLASS AAA RUNNER-UP 













Row One - Blackmon, Reynolds, Stubblefield, Francis, Nunn, Donald, K. Johnson, Thomas, Ross. Row Two - J. 
Johnson, Powell, Wright, Sutherland, Wilkerson, Arnett, McGinty, Owens, Nyatt. Row Three - Holmes, Cooper, Allen, 
Conway, Williams, Garland, Sanders, Mason. Row Four - Shaw, Bell, Jones, Hughes, D. Wells, E. Wells, Watson, Bolen, 
Ridgeway. Row Five - Wilson, Cromwell, Bell, Manchester, M. Jackson, Shell, Snodgrass, Riley. Row Six - Prather, 
Scott, Bruce, Kirchoff, Kold, Willis, Dew, Phelps, Settle 



From The Commissioner's Oftlce 



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m®(^nm\ 



BOYS 

ino 1 01 lowing boys' 
October 29, and will 
championship play unt 
County - Glen Napier; 
Green; Cawood Glon 
McKinney; Dortoi 
School f/t Deaf; Livin 
Millersburg Military I 
lorge I. Oclander; Wil 



COACHES NOT ATTENDING BASKETBALL CLINIC 

basketball coaches did not attend a regular clinic as of 

not be permitted to coach in K.H.S.A.A. post season 

n attending an approved make-up clinic -- Breathitt 

Bryan Station - Bobby Washington; Butler County - Jim Bob 

Fstep; Cumberland County - Tom Watson; Deming - Gary 

ackett; Highview Baptist - Larry Smith; Kentucky 

y waters Christian - John Rogers; Maysville - Doug Mines; 

nstitute - Ed Allin; Monticello - Wade Upchurch; Walden - 

liamsburg - Richard Prewitt; Woodford County - Gene Kirk; 



iriL' T 

Octobe 

champi 

Bonita 

Bryan 

Michel 

Evarts 

Dennis 

Miller 

Sweazy 

David 

Patric 

Walden 

Hill 



GIRLS COACHES NOT ATTENDING BASKETBALL RULES CLINIC 

uiiuwiny girls' basketball coaches did not attend a regular thnic as of 

r 29, and will not be permitted to coach in K.H.S.A.A. post season 

onship play until attending an approved make-up clinic -- Allen Central - 

Compton; Assumption - Stephanie Greathouse; Berea - Margaret Davis; 

Steve Ward; Butler County - Greg Woodcock; Carroll County - 

Christian Academy-Louisville; Evangel Christian - Laura Caddy; 

„„„^.. r^ankfort - Larry Blackford; Frederick Fraize; Holmes - 

ity; Jessamine County - Glen Teater; Madison - Velmar 

County; Millard - Margaret Ellison; Ninth & Baptist - Karen 

Ridge Park - Dan King; Providence - Brad Eraser; Red Bird - 

Seneca - Leonard Coulter; Shelby County - Jim Wright; St. 

Romuald - Janice Graves; Villa Madonna - June Smith; 

"Mliamsburg - Ray Martin; Woodford County - Bill 



Station 
le Duval 1; 
- Ear' 
Soard , 
Magoffin 
Pleasure 
Waybright ; 
k - Danny McKay; St. 
Michelle Palmer- 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 
Congratulations are in order 
K.H.S.A.A. event worker, 
recently was elected to 
Athletics Congress of the 
the Administrator of 
Administrator, Ruter has 



members in 1976 to its current total of 4,843, 



THE VETERAN CHARLES "MILTON" RUTER 

for Mr. Charles Ruter, a veteran of many 

and long time track and field official. Ruter 

serve a two year term as Vice-President of the 

United States. Ruter also serves the organization as 

Officials. During Ruter's tenure as Officials' 

seen the number of registered officials grow from 67 



THANKS TO FOOTBALL SCHOOLS FOR SUBMITTING STATISTICS REPORTS 

iiraiiK:> i (J thosc athletic directors, coaches and other persons who were charged 
with reporting the statistics of football teams to the K.H.S.A.A. This was the 
first year for the reports to be compiled and thus far, the response has been 
very favorable. Some schools chose not to participate, which is unfortunate as 
it is another case of the apathy of an adult (the coach or A.D.) costing the 
kids some free publicity and recognition. Perhaps next year we can do better 
in terms of response. To the A.D.'s -- thanks for your help, and we look 
forward to testing our experiment during basketball season. We will begin 
accepting reports with the first weeks of January. 



OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

Now that the 1988 season is over, many schools are working 1989 schedules with 
consideration for two year contracts to cover the remainder of the alignment 



period (1989 and 1990). With this in mind, please submit 
this office so that we may again compile a list to assist 
Please submit these open dates in writing and include 1) the 
2) 1989 site desired if you have a preference, and 3) 
daytime phone number. 



your open dates to 
you in scheduling, 
game date desired, 
a cont.i^* r, ,m^ -(nij 



Meek 



Week 



Week 



One (August 
(606)234-2353. 



Two (August 

(502)887-1121 

Director 

(502)845 

(614)532 

(502)633 



18) - 
Pineville, 

25) 



Harrison County, 

contact Tim Saylor 



contact Gary 
(606)337-2361. 



n,, 



'irn 



Christian County, contact Coach Dan Goble 

Dixie Heights, contact Don Afterkirk, Athletic 

(606)341-7650. Eminence, contact Steve Frommeyer 

5427. Ironton (OH), contact Mike Burcham, A.D. 

3911. Shelby County, contact Rod Cloyd, Athletic Director 

2443. Tates Creek, contact Assistant Coach Joe Ruddell , 



(606)272-1513. 

Three (September 1) 1989 - Dayton, contact Stan 
(606)261-4357. Harrison County, contact Gary 
(606)234-2353. Jefferson City, Jefferson City, Missouri. 
Pete Adkins (314)636-7171; Waggener, contact Jack Jacobs 
Ludwig (502)454-8340. 



Steidel 

Dearborn 

Contact 

'Ion 



.D, 



Week Four (September 8), 1989 - Lafayette, contact Karen Vanover, A 

(606)281-0310. Perry Meridian in Indianapolis is seeking a game 
with a Kentucky school. They are Indiana Class 5A (approximately 1500 
students, top three grades). Desire home game in 1989, road game in 
1990. Contact Noah Ellis, (317)882-4229. 

Week Five (September 15) 1989 - Christian County, contact Coach Dan Goble 
(502)887-1121. Dayton, contact Stan Steidel (606)261-4357. 
Jefferson City, Jefferson City, Missouri. Contact Pete Adkins 
(314)636-7171. Pineville, contact Tim Saylor, A.D. (606)337-2361. 

Week Six (September 22) 1989 - Eminence, contact Steve Frommeyer 
(502)845-5427. Harpeth, Kingston Springs, Tennessee, contact Coach 
Bill Cox (615)797-2811. LaRue County (would prefer away), contact 
Phil Eason (502)358-9200. 

Week Seven (September 29) 1989 - Danville, conLa>.L oam Harp (606)236-7957, 
or (606)236-5437. Harrison County, contact Gary Dearborn 
(606)234-2353. Jefferson City, Jefferson City, Missouri. Contact 
Pete Adkins (314)636-7171. Pineville, contact Tim Saylor, A.D. 
(606)337-2361. 

iek Eight (October 6) 1989 - Amelia (OH), approA imditiy ib iniitb ot of 
Cincinnati, contact Tom Carr (513)753-5120, Belfry, contact Paul 
Dotson or Philip Haywood (606)353-7239. Christian County, contact 
Coach Dan Goble (502)887-1121. Elkhorn City, contact Jerry 
Childers, Athletic Director (606)754-7417 or 9098. Jefferson City, 
Jefferson City, Missouri. Contact Pete Adkins (314)636-7171. LaRue 
County (would prefer home), contact Phil Eason (502)358-9200. 







Week Nine (October 13) 1989 - Belfry, contact Paul Dotson or Philip Haywood 
(606)353-7239. Jefferson City, Jefferson City, Missouri. Contact 
Pete Adkins (314)636-7171. Lafayette, contact Karen Vanover, A.D. 
(606)281-0310. Morrow Little Miami High School, just outside of 
Cincinnati, approximately 530 in top three grades. Contact Rob Blanton 
(513)899 3781. Pineville, contact Tim Saylor, A.D. (606)337-2361. 
Russell, contact Jerry Klaiber, A.D. (606)836-9650. St. Xavier 
(Cincinnati), (approximately 1200 boys), contact Ross Butler, A.D. 
(513)761-7600, 



Week Ten (October 20) 
(614)532-3911. 



1989 



Ironton (OH), contact Mike Burcham, A.D. 



Week Eleven (October 27) 1989 - Belfry, 
Haywood (606)353-7239. Harrison 
(606)234-2353. LaRue County (would 
(50?)lB8-9200. 



contact Paul Dotson or Philip 
County, contact Gary Dearborn 
prefer home), contact Phil Eason 



Week iwcivi; v''^^ember 3) 1989 Belfry, contact 
Haywood (606)353-7239. Harrison County, 
(606)234 2 Shelby County, contact Rod 



Paul Dotson or Philip 

contact Gary Dearborn 

Cloyd, Athletic Director 



OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 

North Bullitt needs girls games on 1/3/89, 1/31/89, 

Interested schools should contact Phil Berry, (502)957-2187 
Pikeville needs ^'■" games December 23 through January 2, 

totirnampnt. Also need game on February 21. 
,D 

necvj;, uuj^ basketball games January 6, 27 
17, 20 and 24, 



would con 
Trivette, A. 
Frederick Fraize 

February 7, 



and 2/23/89. 

home or away, 
Contact Ken 

and 31, and 
Contact Bob Geoghegan, (502)788-3388. 



SCOTT HIGH SEEKS FOOTBALL COACH 
Scott High School in Kenton County recently announced the resignation of its 
football coach. Applications are now being accepted through January 15. 
Contact Allen Rust, athletic director, at (606)356-3146. 

CAVERNA SEEKS FOOTBALL COACH 
The Caverna Board of Education recently accepted the resignation of Caverna's 
football coach, Johnny Belcher, after ten years in the position. Applications 
for the position will be taken until January 31, 1989, and should be directed 
to Billy F. Bruce, Caverna Board of Education, P.O. Box 428, Cave City, KY 
42127. 



With the enforcement 
important to keep up 
Assessment (ACT test). 

Tr-t fv-it,! 
0. , . 19 
04/15/89 
06/10/89 



A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1988-89 

of the N.C.A.A. Minimum EligiL-iiii^ uu iUlI inci, iL li 

with the test dates for the American College Testing 

For this school year, the schedule is as follows: 

Rf^i'-Tr- Postmark Deadl ine 

b. , ') 

03/17/89 
05/12/89 



Late Deadl ine 
01/31/89 
04/04/89 
05/30/89 



The following 
basketball, and 



PREGAME PROCEDURE FOR BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

guide was adopted at the Assigning Secretaries 
is to be used in all high school contests this year. 



meeting in 



BASIC PRE -GAME PROCEDURE 

1) Arrival at game site -- a. One hour before game time; b. Report your 
presence to the Athletic Director; c. Discourage visitation; d. Explain 
that you need to have a pre-game conference and need privacy. 

2) Pre Game Conference (Private) -- a. is a must; b. helps insure a smooth 
running game; c. Referee is responsible for arranging and coordinating 

3) Topics to cover -- a. Equipment (check whistles, shoes, etc.); b. reaffirm 
who will be referee and his/her responsibilities; c. Deciding when a goal 
counts when there is disagreement; d. Knowing the remaining time at end of 
period; e. The tossed ball to start game and extra periods; f. Notifying 
or having teams notified before start of game and half; g. handling unruly 
spectators; h. (1) 3 point play coverage, (2) Injured player procedures, 
(3) Pressing defense, 4 corner offense, delay offense, no action game, (4) 
Goal Tending/Basket Interference, (5) Last second shots in close game, who 
is responsible, (6) Other points as required. 



7) 



Both officials 



BASIC PRE-GAME MECHANICS 

1) Arrive on the floor fifteen minutes before the game, 
should then meet at table with the scorer and time. 

2) Both officials should move to the visiting team coach. Introduce yourself 
and identify the team captains. 

3) Both officials move to the home team coach. Introduce yourself and 
identify the team captains. SPEND NO MORE TIME WITH THE COACHES THAN IS 
NECESSARY TO GET THE CAPTAINS NAMES AND TO INTRODUCE YOURSELVES, CERTAINLY 
NO MORE THAN ONE MINUTE. 

4) Move to the table, give the score book a final check, the call tho 
captains to the middle of the floor (10 minutes on clock). 

5) Captains briefing (10 minutes) prior to starting time. (You may need to 
adjust this time at the coaches' request. 

6) Referee move to end of forecourt line on visiting team side and faces 
Umpire moves to forecourt line on home team end and faces 



warm-up. 
warm-up. 
Take in 



Return immediately to 



jackets when both teams leave floor, 
scorer's table. (Jacket, if worn, shall be Navy) 

. When the team official (R or U) is observing warm up leaves court, 
official will go directly to the scorer's table or fellow official. 
7b. Strive at all times to be professional. 



the 



REMINDER TO SCHOOLS CONCERNING LIMITATION OF 

All schools are reminded of the Limitation of Seasons Rul 
27, as it applies to competition after the conclusion o 
ALL SPORTS are affected by this rule, which states that 
last regular season match, there shall be no further pract 
for the remainer of the school year, with the except 
tournament. Please be sure your coaches are aware of thi 
that they are not involved in coaching the team in an out 
competition. For the high school coach to coach members 
league outside of the school, regardless of the type 
violation of the rules governing the Limitation of Seasons 



SEASONS 

es, K.H.S.A.A. by luw 
f the regular season, 
following the teams' 
ice or play as a team 
ion of the K.H.S.A.A. 
s important rule, and 
side league, or other 
of the high team in a 
of league, would be a 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1988 



PAGE SEVEN 



LOUISVILLE TRINITY SHAMROCKS 
CLASS AAAA CHAMPIONS 




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Row One - B. Holsclaw, Jamie Stivers, S. Reifschneider, D. Sauer, J. DombroskI, J. Brohm, A. Tapp, J. Harrison, M. 
Haaf, R. Zabel. Row Two - S. Taylor, B. Texas, M, Ernst, P. Allison, E. Hill, K. Coke, C. Skinner, H. Hubbuch, J. Hudson, 
D. Glass, B. Ralston. Row Three - J. Meyers, G. Presley, M. Hinton, M. RIckert, S. Slone, M. Siegel, G. Goebel, J. 
Demling, B. Hoehler, D. Adams. A. Maynor, T. Clark. Row Four - L Brown, T. Johnson, C. Contreras, D. Gonzales, M. 
Francia, E. Roalofs, J. Rich, A. Halligan, J. Dziedzic, D. Bramer, K. Garr, J. Metzmeier, E. Braun. Row Five - M. Facklet, J. 
Ryan, A. Ford, C. Bratcher, C. Stratman, K. Norris, R. Herrick, K. Judd, C. McLaughlin, B. Holsclaw, J. Kendrick, A. Clark, 
T. Montgomery, T. King. Row Six - J. Heimann, D. Blocker, J. Adamson, S. Freibert, R. Boeckmann, K. Fante, J. Allen, J. 
Kaelin, G. Shunnarah, K. Durbin, J. Jewell, L. Harlamert, V. Johnson, T. Ha2elwood, T. Miller. Row Seven - C. Botner, C. 
Magnuson, J. Philbin, G. Hardin, S, Schoen, J. Ford, C. Evans, T. Soeder, J. Roberts, T. O'Neil, J. Zimmerer, C. Minter, 
J. Peeples, C. Spalding, B. Roggenkamp, J. Sorg. Row Eight - B. Taylor, A. Fox, M. Arter, C. Montgomery, M. Conliffe, K. 
Conely, C. Snyder, C. Johnson, J. Whelan, B. Wilburn, L Smith, C. DeSensi, R. Dean, B. Sehlinger, D. Logan. Row Nine 
- Managers/Trainers - B. Haycraft, J. Lamping, D. Comelia, D. Morrow, M. Kleinholter, D. Hutt, D. Coogle. Coaches - 
(standing) - Left front to back - C. Servino, J. Fowler, C. Johnson, D. Anderson. Right front to back - D. Lampley, M. 
Kalbhin, J. Bryant, J. Ellington. Rear row - E. Kalbhin, P. Riley, B. Lynch, J. Baird, L. Wiard, D. Fowler, M. Magre 



DUPONT MANUAL CRIMSONS 
CLASS AAAA RUNNER-UP 




Row One - Tom Cheatum, Garrick Edison, Damon Grinter, Daniel Payne, Keith Thompson, Tyson Straub, Chris Gibson, 
Ara Jackson, Brian Jordan, Ramone Williams, Jamie Huff. Row Two - Kim Hill, Maurice Thomas, David Kahl, Lee Kim, 
Darrell Rhodes, Tyrone McCoomer, Dedrick Jewell, William Brown, Darrick Wordlow, Ed Benson, James Hardin, Anthony 
Wells. Row Three - Ken Brown, Russell Taylor, Shawn Granberry, Sam Kanai, Christian Kendall, Wesley Jackson, Jon 
Cohen, Paul Brown, Brian Foard, Lloyd Mills, Todd Salchli. Row Four - Steve Grimes, Justin Smith, Keith Payne, Otis 
Wilson, Rodney Bottoms, Jason Troxel, Rodney Kahl, Michael Faulknet, Marvin Thomas, Tom Thornhill. Back Row - 
Gerald Ellery, Phillip Bridges, William Molyhorn 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1988 



1988-89 K.H.S.A.A. ASSIGNMENTS TO DISTRICTS AND REGIONS FOR 
GIRLS AND BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 



Dis 



School 



D. 1 Carlisle County 

Fulton City 

Fulton County 

Hickman County 
D 2 Heath 

Lone Oak 

Paducah Tilghman 

Reidland 
D, 3 Ballard Memorial 

Graves County 

St. Mary 
D. 4 Calloway County 

Marshall County 

Mayfield 

Murray 



D 5 Caldwell County 

Crittenden County 

Livingston Central 

Lyon County 

Trigg County 
D. 6 Henderson County 

Providence 

Union County 

Webster County 
D. 7 Dawson Springs 

Madisonville-North Hopkins 

South Hopkins 

West Hopkins 
D. 8 Christian County 

Fort Campbell 

Hopkinsville 

University Heights 



City 

Bardwell, 42023 
Fulton, 42041 
Hickman, 42050 
Clinton, 42031 
West Paducah, 42086 
Paducah, 42001 
Paducah, 42001 
Paducah, 42001 
Barlow, 42024 
Mayfield, 42066 
Paducah, 42001 
Murray, 42071 
Benton, 42025 
Mayfield, 42066 
Murray, 42071 



REGION 1 

Principal 

Buriey Mathis 
J. Virgil Yates 
Larry Gardner 
Phillip Rudolph 
Tom Lane 
Wallace Adams 
Florence Morton 
Don Rudolph 
Sam Workman 
Jerald Ellington 
Claude Guidroz 
Jenry Ainley 
Gene Brooks 
Ralph Colby 
Bill Wells 



REGION 2 



Princeton, 42445 
Marion, 42064 
Smithland, 42081 
Eddyville, 42038 
Cadiz, 4221 1 
Henderson, 42420 
Providence, 42450 
Morganfield, 42437 
Dixon, 42409 
Dawson Springs, 42408 
Madisonville, 42431 
Nortonville, 42442 
Nebo, 42441 
Hopkinsville, 42240 
Fort Campbell, 42223 
Hopkinsville, 42240 
Hopkinsville, 42240 



Ray C. Wilson 
Robert Lee Steen 
Jerry Wilson 
Buddy L. Nichols 
Mary Ann Fourgurean 
Howard Crittenden 
Willis Simpson 
Richard Vincent 
Bob Glllaspie 
Philip D. Back 
James Stevens 
Lanny R. Woodward 
Gary Morgan 
Kay Lancaster 
Gary Stewart 
Harold Wood 
Marvin Denison 



Boys Coach 

Craynon Slone 
William Cartwright 
Bobby Toon 
Todd Johnson 
Bill Bond 
Larry Hopper 
Steve Daeher 
Joe Mathis 
Yogi Trice 
Bob Hoggard 
Rudy Carrico 
Craig Morris 
Alan Hatcher 
Roger Fields 
Cary Miller 



Robin Scott 
Joe McCord 
Mike Riley 
Kirk Chiles 
George Radford 
Curtis Turiey 
Norman Manasco 
Tris Kington 
Steve Gilliam 
Kerry Stovall 
Don Parson 
Charles Hayslip 
Jim Beshear 
Lyie Dunbar 
Micky Fisher 
Daryl Hallmark 
Roy Woolum 



Girls Coach 

Richard Brazzell 
Wyane Lohaus 
Sam Miller 
Gerald Vaughn 
Bobby Noles 

Claton Hargrove 
Tony Burkeen 
Hugh Wear 
David Elliott 
Linda Haley 
Rose Ross 
Howard Beth 
Lanny Lancaster 
Jimmy Harrell 



William Fralick 
Jimmy Croft 
Glen Ringstaff 

Mike Wright 
Jeff Haile 
Brad Fraser 
Gerald Tabor 
Phil Gibson 
Tamara Buchanon 
Cindy Fitch 
Bobby Fox 
Darrell Allen 
Lynn Colley 
Connie Jackson 
Bob McCord 



REGION 3 



D. 9 Apollo 

Daviess County 

Owenstioro 

Owensboro Catholic 
D. 10 Bremen 

Central City 

Drakesboro 

Graham 

Greenville 

Hughes-Kirk 

Muhlenberg Central 
D. 11 Breckinridge County 

Frederick Fraize 

Hancock County 

St. Romuald 

Trinity (Whitesville) 
D. 12 Fordsville 

Grayson County 

McLean County 

Ohio County 



Owensboro, 42301 
Owensboro, 42301 
Owensboro, 42301 
Owensboro, 42301 
Bremen, 42325 
Central City, 42330 
Drakesboro, 42337 
Graham, 42344 
Greenville, 42345 
Beechmont, 42323 
Powderiy, 42367 
Harned, 40144 
Cloverport, 401 1 1 
Lewisport, 42351 
Hardinsburg, 40143 
Whitesville, 42378 
Fordsville, 42343 
Leitchfield, 42754 
Calhoun, 42327 
Hartford, 42347 



Robert D. Combs 
Waymond Morris 
Bill Van Winkle 
Joe O'Bryan 
Ken Arbuckle 
Jim Wilcox 
Randy Everly 
Carl Sparks 
Steve Knight 
Bill Knight 
Jerry Oates 
Rob Cox 
Ed Belcher 
Dr. Ann Evans 
Germained Larkin 
Sr. Stephanie Warren 
Dr. Leonard Ralph 
Ted White 
Donald R. Hayes 
Walter Freeman 



Will Wyman 
Ray Maggard 
Randy Embry 
Danny Mattingly 
Bryan Whitaker 
Tony Hopper 
Robie Harper 
Taylor Sparks 
Mike Deaton 
Barry Silvey 
Dale Todd 
Dean Hobbs 
Robert Geoghegan 
Joe Allen 
Kevin Rhodes 
Steve Winkler 
Steve Patton 
Charles Grain 
Ricky Johnson 
Brad Standley 



Willis McClure 
Laura Lynn 
Jerry Rhodes 
Mike Reeves 
Eddie Lewis 
Steve Sparks 
Carl Tatum 
Bobby Vincent 
Linda Donovan 
Jim Milam 
Sam Sparks 
Jeff Patton 

Brent Mathew 
Janice Graves 
Stephanie Warren 
Dariine Ashby 
E.E. "Red" McGhee 
Andy Groves 
Scott Lewis 



D. 13 



D. 14 



D. 15 



D. 16 



D. 17 



D. 1£ 



D, 19 



D. 20 



D. 21 



D. 22 



D. 23 



D. 24 



D. 25 



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REGION 4 






Butler County 


Morgantown, 42261 


Howard Vaughn 


Jim Bob Green 


Greg Woodcock 


Logan County 


Russellville, 42276 


Bob Birdwhistell 


Barry Reed 


Mike Haynes 


Russellville 


Russellville, 42276 


Wallace Mason 






Todd County Central 


Elkton, 42220 


Harold Ross 


Fred Harper 


Jimmy Chapman 


Bowling Green 


Bowling Green, 42101 


W.A. Franklin 


Ernie Simpson 


Clarence Thomas 


Franklin-Simpson 


Franklin, 42134 


Frank Cardwell 


Wendell Brown 


Damon Tabor 


Warren Central 


Bowling Green, 42101 


David D. Crowe 


Bobby Cook 


Vanous Lloyd 


Warren East 


Bowling Green, 42101 


Joe Watkins 


Tommy Compton 


Fred Carter 


Allen County-Scottsville 


Scottsville, 421 64 


Bennie Keen 


Mark Williams 


David Young 


Barren County 


Glasgow, 42141 


Larry Lock 


Tom Crews 


Joey Downs 


Edmonson County 


Brownsville, 42210 


Stan Alexander 


Don Burton 




Glasgow 


Glasgow, 42141 


John W. McCarley 


Donnie Owens 


Terry Flatt 


Clinton County 


Albany, 42602 


David Warinner 




Ronnie Guffey 


Cumberland County 


Burkesville, 42717 


Ronnie Skipworth 


Tom Watson 


Glen Murphy 


Metcalfe County 


Edmonton, 42129 


Howard B. Keel 


Tim McMurtrey 


Gary Richardson 


Monroe County 


Tompkinsville, 42167 


Prentice Stanford 
REGION 5 


Sonny Oliphant 


Bill McClendon 


East Hardin 


Glendale, 42740 


Don McKinney 


Russell Vanzant 


Terry Buckles 


Elizabethtown 


Elizabethtown, 42701 


Phillip E. Owen 


Gary French 


Jim Wallace 


Fort Knox 


Fort Knox, 40121 


Charles Meyer 


Larry Cheatham 


Leon Blair 


Meade County 


Brandenburg, 40108 


Vernon Wilson 


Larry Miller 


Bob Pollock 


North Hardin 


Radclitf, 40160 


Kim Shaw 


Ron Bevars 


Pat Tully 


West Hardin 


Stephensburg, 42781 


William Kelley 


Harry Wright 


Kenny Lane 


Caverna 


Horse Cave, 42749 


Gene Best 


Terry Martin 


Phil Gowdy 


Green County 


Greensburg, 42743 


J. Norm Weaver 


Allen Feldhaus Jr. 


David Ryan 


Hart County 


Munfordville, 42765 


Charles Wuertzer 


Ricky Line 


Mindy Daniel 


Larue County 


Hodgenville, 42748 


Phil Eason 


Don Cunningham 


Gary Canter 


Bardstown 


Bardstown, 40004 


Jude Talbott 


Timothy McDougle 




Bethlehem 


Bardstown, 40004 


Sr. Margart Willis 


Bev Hart 


Todd Gilley 


Nelson County 


Bardstown, 40004 


John K. Snider 


Ken Simpson 


Minor Harmon 


Washington County 


Springfield, 40069 


William Hardin 


Whitey Simpson 


Bill Newton 


Adair County 


Columbia, 42728 


George Critz 


Keith Young 


Kim Goodin 


Campbellsville 


Campbellsville, 42718 


Paul J. Dicken 


Sam Karr 


Marion Hall 


Marion County 


Lebanon, 40033 


Charles E. Crawley 


Tim Davis 


Beverly Roby 


Taylor County 


Campbellsville, 42718 


Donald Skaggs 
REGION 6 


Fred Waddle 


Rollin McQueary 


Central 


Louisville, 40203 


Geneva M. Hawkins 


Ralph Johnson 


Linda Arnold 


Portland Christian 


Louisville, 40212 


Ted Hardin 


Eugene Schreiner 


same 


Presentation 


Louisville, 40203 


Sis. Maureen Coughlin 






Shawnee 


Louisville, 40212 


Harold Fenderson 


Stuart Wilson 


Eugene Johnson 


Southwest Christian 


Louisville, 40272 


Rosemary Hatcher 




Joe Raymond 


Butler 


Louisville, 40216 


Kenneth Frick 


Tim Mappin 


Mike Johnson 


Holy Cross (Louisville) 


Louisville, 40216 


Nelson Nunn 


David Aberii 


Steve Kaufman 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


Louisville, 40258 


Charles Miller 


Dale Mabrey 


Dan King 


Western 


Louisville, 40216 


John Turner 


Bobby Jones 


Conne Armstrong 


Beth Haven 


Valley Station, 40272 


John O. Russell 


Joe Bailey 


Dave Hicks 


Doss 


Louisville, 40214 


Gordon Milby 


Leon Mudd 


Terri Keown 


Fairdale 


Fairdale, 40118 


Marilyn Hohmann' 


Stan Hardin 


Betty Thornberry 


Valley 


Louisville, 40272 


Terry W. Shinkle 


Fred Copass 


Bob Durham 


DeSales 


Louisville, 40214 


Dave Winkler 


Mike Campbell 




Evangel Christian 


Louisville, 40219 


Roger Hoagland 


Jim Austin 


Laura Caddy 


Holy Rosary 


Louisville, 40214 


Beverly McAulitfe 




Raymond Koch 


Iroquois 


Louisville, 40215 


Stuart Watts 


Estil Griffis 




Southern 


Louisville, 40219 


James Burch 
REGION 7 


Steve Kinney 


Bill Brown 


Brown 


Louisville, 40202 


John Sizenrrore 


George Walker 


Bill Azevedo 


DuPont Manual 


Louisville, 40208 


Joe Liedtke 


Fred Holden 


Kenny Smith 


Louisville Collegiate 


Louisville, 40204 


Arnold Hottberg 


Mark Cunningham 


Wendy Martin 


Male 


Louisville, 40203 


R. Ted Boehm 


Maurice Payne 


Von Macklin 


Mercy 


Louisville, 40204 


Mary Boyce 




Leslie Scully 


Ninth & Baptist 


Louisville, 40208 


Dan Stevens 


Daryl Carlson 


Karen Sweazy 


St. Francis 


Louisville, 40202 


Tom Pike, III 






St. Xavier 


Louisville, 40217 


Edward Driscoll 


Joe Bergamini 





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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1988 



D. 26 Assumption 

Atherton 

Christian Academy-Louisville 

Seneca 

Trinity (Louisville) 
D. 27 Fern Creek 

Highviev^ Baptist 

Jeffersontown 

Moore 

Walden 
D. 28 Ballard 

Eastern 

Kentucky Country Day 

Sacred Heart 

Waggener 



D. 29 Bullitt Central 
Bullitt East 
North Bullitt 
Spencer County 

D. 30 Anderson County 
Eminence 
Henry County 
Shelby County 
Western Anderson 

D. 31 Carroll County 
Gallatin County 
Oldham County 
Trimble County 

D. 32 Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott County 
Williamstovk^n 



D 33 Boone County 

Conner 

Lloyd Memorial 

Simon Kenton 

St. Henry 

Walton Verona 
D, 34 Beechwood 

Covington Catholic 

Covington Latin 

Dixie Heights 

Holy Cross (Covington) 

Ludlow 

Notre Dame 

Villa Madonna 
D. 35 Bellevue 

Dayton 

Holmes 

Newport 

Newport Central Catholic 
D. 36 Bishop Brossart 

Campbell County 

Highlands 

Scott 

Silver Grove 



Louisville, 40205 
Louisville, 40205 
Louisville, 40207 
Louisville, 40220 
Louisville, 40207 
Louisville, 40291 
Louisville, 40228 
Jeffersontown, 40299 
Louisville, 40228 
Louisville, 40207 
Louisville, 40222 
Louisville, 40243 
Louisville, 40222 
Louisville, 40206 
Louisville, 40207 



Shepherdsville, 40165 
Mt. Washington, 40047 
Shepherdsville, 40165 
Taylorsville, 40071 
Lawrenceburg, 40342 
Eminence, 40019 
New Castle, 40050 
Shelbyville, 40065 
Lawrenceburg, 40342 
Carrollton, 41008 
Warsaw, 41095 
Buckner, 40010 
Bedford, 40006 
Dry Ridge, 41035 
Owenton, 40359 
Georgetown, 40324 
Williamstown, 41097 



Karen Russ 

Janice Fish 

Joyce Marcy 

John Whiting 

Peter Flaig 

Dr. Judy Birkhead 

Daniel W. Kellum 

Byron Bell 

George Carson 

David Nordyke 

Alexandra 'Sandy' Allen 

Harold E. Andrews 

Thomas Monaco 

Sister Julienne Guy 

Donna R. Ludwig 

REGION a 

George Valentine 
Ray Foster 
C.T. Collins 
Jim Huggins 
Larry K. Barnett 
David Baird 
Brad Hargrove 
Walter Hawkins 
M. Kent Stevens 
Mr. William Cord 
Mike Stratton 
Blake Haselton 
Jim Bishop 
John Brill 
Kenneth B. Gray 
Tom Sims 
Roger Milburn 



Florence, 41042 
Hebron, 41048 
Erianger, 41018 
Independence, 41051 
Elsmere, 41018 
Walton, 41094 
Ft. Mitchell, 41017 
Covington, 41011 
Covington, 41011 
Ft. Mitchell, 41017 
Covington, 41015 
Ludlow, 41016 
Covington, 41011 
Villa Hills, 41017 
Bellevue, 41073 
Dayton, 41074 
Covington, 41014 
Newport, 41071 
Newport, 41071 
Alexandria, 41001 
Alexandria, 41001 
Fort Thomas, 41075 
Covington, 41015 
Silver Grove, 41085 



REGION 9 

William F. Baker 
Paul Hogan 
William Steiden 
Michael Tolliver 
Ron Albrinck 
Bob Storer 
Gene Sell 
Steve McCafferty 
Robert Larcher 
Jim Jenkins 
Bill Goller 
Tom Holloway 
Sister Mary Rita 
Sr. Nancy Kordenbrock 
William Dosch 
Tom Hood 
Dick Howard 
Fred Kelly 
Carl Foster 
Thomas Seither 
Raymond E. lies 
George Frakes 
Robert Konerman 
Tim Barrow 

REGION 10 



Kevin Salyer 
Jeff Imlay 
Charles Moore 
Joe Thompson 
Earl Poole 
Larry Smith 
Don Hoffman 
Tommy Finnegan 
Jorge I. Oclander 
Scott Davenport 
Bill Kercher 
Mark Peeler 

Rob Driggers 



Bill Schott 

Garry Jervis 
Ricky Jewell 
Glen Drury 
Randy Mefford 
John Roberts 
Ed Mason 

Bobby Simpson 
Tom Haney 
Gary Forrest 
Jim Hurst 
Mark Cooper 
Dominicue Fucci 
Everette Varney 
David Miller 



Jay Mulcahy 
Bill Warfield 
William Code 
Donnie McFarland 
Ron Dawn 
Steve Wright 
Mike Yeagle 
Dan Tieman 
Gene Morhson 
Dean Fookes 
Pat Ryan 
Ray Thompson 



Mike Swauger 
Stan Steidel 
Mike Flynn 
Jack Patterson 
Mark Krebs 
Jeff VonHandorf 
Bob Jones 
Ken Shields 
Carl Wenderoth 
Ed Cravens 



Stephanie Greathouse 
Jerry Wilson 

Leonard Coulter 

Jamie Waddel 
Sherh Davis 
Art Olliges 
Suzanne Wallace 
Michelle Palmer 
Wayne Walker 
Ernest Freeman 
Dan Kessler 
Bunny Daugherty 
Bob Stewart 



Bert Hensley 
Jerry Troutman 
Phil Berry 
Steve Slaughter 
Bill Pickett 
Don Van Meter 
Renita McCarty 
jim Wright 

Michelle Duvall 
Judy Klette 
Dave Weedman 
J.T. Peniston 
Bill Davidson 
Delmas Castle 
Bruce Bottoms 
Dwight Levi 



Nell Fookes 
Tim Shields 
Carl Schwierjohann 
Gerry Scaring! 
Ray Kues 
Layna Cheesman 
Frank Seta 



Dave Sorrell 
Bill Goller 
Roger Lewis 
Nancy Kastner 
June Smith 
Gary Akers 
Mike Herald 
Dennis Soard 
Sharon Redmond 
Carl Foster 
Ray Hildebrand 
Tom Russell 
Don Dobson 
Linda Moore 
Steve Sigmon 



D 37 Bourbon County 
Harrison County 
Millersburg Military Institute 
Nicholas County 
Paris 



Paris, 40361 
Cynthiana, 41031 
Millersburg, 40348 
Carlisle, 4031 1 
Paris, 40361 



Wilson Sears 
Jerry Jenkins 
Charles Tribble 
Greg Reid 
Homer H. Goins 



Russ Day 
Mike Reitz 
Ed Allin 
Lee Cruse 
Bob Eades 



Jim Ishmael 
Virgil Jenkins 

Barbara Kenney 
Connie Appelman 



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D. 38 Augusta 

Bracken County 

Deming 

Pendleton County 
D. 39 Fleming County 

Mason County 

Maysville 

St. Patrick 

Tollesboro 
D 40 Bath County 

Estill County 

George Rogers Clark 

Montgomery County 



D. 41 Frankfort 

Franklin County 
Western Hills 
Woodford County 

D 42 Jessamine County 
Lexington Catholic 
Sayre 

D. 43 Bryan Station 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 
Tates Creek 

D 44 Berea 

Madison 
Madison Central 
Madison Southern 
Model 



D 45 Boyle County 

Danville 

Kentucky School f/t Deaf 

Lincoln County 
D. 46 Burgin 

Garrard County 

Harrodsburg 

Mercer County 
D 47 McCreary Central 

Monticello 

Russell County 

Wayne County 
D. 48 Casey County 

Laurel County 

Pulaski County 

Somerset 



Augusta, 41002 
Brooksville, 41004 
Mt. Olivet, 41064 
Falmouth, 41040 
Flemingsburg, 41041 
Maysville, 41056 
Maysville, 41056 
Maysville, 41056 
Tollesboro, 41189 
Owingsville, 40360 
Irvine, 40336 
Winchester, 40391 
Mt. Sterling, 40353 



Frankfort, 40601 
Frankfort, 40601 
Frankfort, 40601 
Versailles, 40383 
Nicholasville, 40356 
Lexington, 40503 
Lexington, 40507 
Lexington, 40505 
Lexington, 40502 
Lexington, 40503 
Lexington, 40502 
Berea, 40403 
Richmond, 40475 
Richmond, 40475 
Berea, 40403 
Richmond, 40475 



Anthony Johnson 
Joe Seavers 
Dale Kleinjan 
Larry Sutton 
Joe Dan Gold 
Duane Lambert 
Sam Hall 

Fr. Paul Berschied 
Jimmie Staton 
Ewell Smoot, Jr. 
Dr. Russell Bowen 
Dr. Richard Hughes 
David Points 

REGION 11 

Mike Oder 

Robert Hoagland 

Dr. Fred Simpson 

Al Osborne 

Thomas C. Walters 

Sister Mary Lea Paolucci 

Tom Grunwald 

Jon Akers 

Bill Hurt 

Thurmas Reynolds 

Ken Cox 

Dr. Betty Watson 

Hubert Broaddus 

Raymond Ross, Jr. 

Jesse Ward 

Bruce Bonar 



Danville, 40422 
Danville, 40422 
Danville, 40422 
Stanford, 40484 
Burgin, 40310 
Lancaster, 40444 
Harrodsburg, 40330 
Harrodsburg, 40330 
Stearns, 42647 
Monticello, 42633 
Russell Springs, 42642 
Monticello, 42633 
Liberty, 42539 
London, 40741 
Somerset, 42501 
Somerset, 42501 



REGION 12 

Tom Mills 
Robert Rowland 
Thomas Kearns 
Jack D. Portw/ood 
Richard Carlton 
Marshall Norton 
Dr. Gary Rye 
James Gash 
Bobby Nelson 
A. Ralph Edwards 
Donnie Morrison 
George Owen Horton 
James Beeler 
Carl Patton 
Larry Stewart 
Curt Wallace 



Steve Simpson 
Robert Hall 
Gary McKinney 
Gary Turner 
Charles Adams 
Allen Feldhaus 
Doug Hines 
Lex Turner 
Randy Harrison 
Roy Wright 
Dick Webb 
Guy Strong 
Bart Risen 



Russ Wall 
Gary Moore 
Gary Lawson 
Gene Kirk 
Julian Cunningham 
Danny Haney 
Jim Lankster 
Bobby Washington 
Al Prewitt 
Don Harville 
Nolan Barger 
Bill Smallwood 
Philip Runyon 
Don Richardson 
Tony Cox 
Shirley Kearns 



Roscoe Denny 

Jack Upchurch 
Don Irvine 
Dave McDaniels 
Barry Welty 
Steve Morris 
Jerry Stephens 
Wade Upchurch 
Kay Morns 
Rodney Woods 
Jack Stanford 
Charles Broughton 
Dave Fraley 
Bob Tucker 



Anthony Johnson 
Gary Clayton 
Larry Allison 
Janis Appel 
Billy Calvert 
Bob Hutchison 
Joe McKay 
Lex Turner 

Hopey Newkirk 
Mike Kindred 
Lisa Goodin 



Larry Blackford 
Sally Gaines 
Homer Calvert 
Bill Hill 
Glen Teater 
Mike Harding 
Sarah Roan 
Steve Ward 
Robert Tripure 
Brent Arnold 
Danny Ellison 
Margaret Davis 
Velmar Miller 
Frank Ray 
Mark Sallee 
Lesia Whitaker 



Morris Stewart 
Greg Schulz 

John Kolasa 

Kenneth Hurt 
Frank Kemplin 
Terry Yates 
Jerry Don Ross 
Gary Abbotl 
Keith Ellis 
Howard Owens 
Greg Scholl 
Roy Bowling 
Larry Hurt 
John Cooper 



REGION 13 



D. 49 



D. 50 



D. 51 



D. 52 



Clay County 

Jackson County 

Oneida Baptist Institute 

Rockcastle County 

Barbourville 

Corbin 

Knox Central 

Lynn Camp 

St. Camillus 

Whitley County 

Williamsburg 

Bell County 

Middlesboro 

Pineville 

Red Bird 

Cawood 

Cumberland 

Evarts 

Harlan 



Manchester, 40962 
McKee, 40447 
Oneida, 40972 
Mt. Vernon, 40456 
Barbourville, 40906 
Corbin, 40701 
Barbourville, 40906 
Corbin, 40701 
Corbin, 40701 
Williamsburg, 40769 
Williamsburg, 40769 
Pineville, 40977 
Middlesboro, 40965 
Pineville, 40977 
Beverly, 40913 
Harlan, 40831 
Cumberland, 40823 
Evarts, 40828 
Harlan, 40831 



Lee Brown 
Betty Bond 
Larry Griffon 
Ronnie Cash 
Larry E. Warren 
Ray Tipton 
Andy Dunn 
Clayton Taylor 
Sister M. Carleen 
W. Virgil Chambers 
Jack Foley 
Pearl Lefevers 
Darryl Wilder 
Thomas Kelemen 
Byron Perrine 
Shelton R. Smith 
Mums Wilder 
Wallace Napier, Jr. 
Bob R. Morris 



B. Keith/M. White 
Mike Jones 
Larry Gritton 
David Perkins 
Vencil "Dinky" Phipps 
Bill Hicks 
Bill Swafford 
Clyde Dixon 

John Davenport 
Richard Prewitt 
J.D. Strange 
Larry Bruner 

John D. Wilson 
Glen Estep 
Ralph Roberts 
David Parks 



D. Gray/J. Burchell 
Robert Lakes 
Larry Gritton 
Judy Bullock 

Gerald Foley 
Scott Broughton 
Sharon Oxindine 

Larry Anderson 
Ray Martin 
Wayne Walters 
Ken Condra 

David Waybright 
Tom Mouyeos 
John Bond 
Eari Rogers 
David Davies 





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REGION 14 






D. 53 


Fleming-Neon 


Neon, 41840 


David D. Jones 


Mark Johnson 


Larry & Sue Kincer 




Jenkins 


Jenkins, 41537 


Carson Slone 


Harvey Tackett 


Teresa Bentley 




Letcher 


Letcher, 41832 


Shemll Slone 


Dan Bates 


Manis Blair 




Whitesburg 


Whitesburg, 41858 


Darrell Treece 


Gary Gibson 


John High 


D. 54 


Buckhorn 


Buckhorn, 41721 


Dennis Wooton 


John Paul Amis 


Peggy Moore 




Dilce Combs 


Jeff, 41751 


Doug Campbell 


Harold Combs 


Doug Campbell 




Hazard 


Hazard, 41701 


Hargus Rogers 


Roy McKamey 


William Fannin 




Leslie County 


Hyden, 41749 


Omus Shepherd 


Ronald Stidham 


Wendell Wilson 




M.C. Napier 


Hazard, 41701 


Harold Combs 


Denny Fugate 


Oramious Napier, Jr 


D. 55 


Breathitt County 


Jackson, 41339 




Glen Napier 


J. P. Deaton 




Cordia 


Hazard, 41701 


Bobby Ralph Smith 


Dook Kent Combs 


Zella/Elmer Combs 




June Buchanan 


Pippa Passes, 41844 


Otis H. Balkcom 


Ed Morgan 


Mildred Nutter 




Knott County Central 


Hindman, 41822 


James W. Reynolds 


Rhett Gibson 


Herbie Stamper 




Riverside Christian 


Lost Creek, 41348 


Doran Hostetler 


Doran Hostetler 


Elaine Gibson 


D. 56 


Jackson City 


Jackson, 41339 


Dwight D. Johnson 


Joey Milburn 






Lee County 


Beattyville, 41311 


Gary Pack 


Darrell Hogan 


Regina Hubbard 




Owsley County 


Booneville, 41314 


Russell Duff 


Charlie Turner 


Randall Spencer 




Powell County 


Stanton, 40380 


Charles L. Childers 


Lonnie Morris 






Wolfe County 


Campton, 41365 


Charles E. Tapley 
REGION 15 


Hoskins Carroll 


Diane Dunn 


D. 57 


Johnson Central 


Paintsville, 41240 


Paul Sester 


Mike Castle 


Alvin Ratllff 




Magoffin County 


Salyersville, 41465 


Diral Adkins 


Danny Adams 






Paintsville 


Paintsville, 41240 


Grayson Boyd 


Bill M. Runyon 


Dwight Burchen 




Sheldon Clark 


Inez, 41224 


John Haney 


Dave Butcher 


Robin Harmon 


D. 58 


Allen Central 


Eastern, 41 622 


Don Daniels, Sr. 


John Martin 


Bonita Compton 




Betsy Layne 


Betsy Layne, 41605 


Gene D. Davis 


William Newsome, Jr. 


Karen Henry 




McDowell 


McDowell, 41647 


Bob Hall 


Johnny R. Turner 


Cassandra Keathley 




Prestonsburg 


Prestonsburg, 41653 


Robert May 


Gordon Perido 


Briget Clay 




Wheelwright 


Wheelwright, 41669 


Lonnie Slone 


Monroe Jones 


Judy Eversole 


D. 59 


Dorton 


Dorton, 41520 


Glenn Wallace 


Gene Tackett 


Bobby Spears 




Millard 


Pikeville, 41501 


Robert Wright 


Steve Deskins 


Margaret Ellison 




Mullins 


Pikeville, 41501 


Richard Goodman 


Coy Sammons 


Dolores Meek 




Pikeville 


Pikeville, 41501 


Tom Swartz 


ken Trivette 


Libby White 




Virgie 


Virgie, 41572 


Phillip Johnson 


Bobby Osborne 


Rodney Rowe 


D. 60 


Belfry 


Belfry, 41514 


Frank Welch 


Raymond Justice, Jr. 


Howard Hatfield 




Elkhorn City 


Elkhorn City, 41522 


James Hawkins 


Leon Stewart 


B. J. Elswick 




Feds Creek 


Feds Creek, 41524 


Dorse Adkins 


Ralph Good 


David Slone 




Johns Creek 


Pikeville, 41501 


Ronald Thompson 


David Rowe 


Eugene Lyons 




Phelps 


Phelps, 41553 


John O'Brien 
REGION 16 


Dale Hunt 


Ronnie Preece 


D. 61 


Menifee County 


Frenchburg, 40322 


James D. Trimble 


Larry Brown 


Terry Young 




Morgan County 


West Liberty, 41472 


John Johnston 


George Bellamy 


Dean Rowland 




Rowan County 


Morehead, 40351 


Marvin Moore 


Tim Moore 


Claudia Hicks 


D 62 


East Carter 


Grayson, 41143 


Harlan Fleming 


Charles Baker 


Brian Buck 




Elliott County 


Sandy Hook, 41171 


Jody Sword 


Jeff Riley 






Lewis County 


Vanceburg, 41179 


Michael Edington 


Rob Hall 


Tammy Hall 




West Carter 


Olive Hill, 41164 


George Steele 


Jim Webb 


John Brown 


D. 63 


Fairview 


Ashland, 41101 


Robert Morrison 


Rex Cooksey 


Mike Perkins 




Greenup County 


Greenup, 41144 


David Seals 


Randy Ward 


Steve Coldiron 




Raceland 


Raceland, 41169 


John Stephens 


Ron Reed 


Randell Vanderhoof 




Russell 


Russell, 41169 


Jerry Blanchard 


Marvin Meredith 


Mary Robinson 


D, 64 


Boyd County 


Ashland, 41101 


Brice Thornbury 


Roger Zornes 


Paul Rice 




Lawrence County 


Louisa, 41230 


Eddie Michael 


Sam Sparks 


Lynn Oppenheimer 




Paul Blazer 


Ashland, 41101 


Jay Hutchinson 


Steve Hall 


Connie Ryan 






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Editor's Note: On July 7, 1988, Bret Starr, son of former Green Bay Packers ' quarterback and coach Bart Starr, was found dead in his 
home in Tampa, Florida, at the age of 24, the result of an eight-year battle against drug abuse. In an interview with TARGET, Bret's 
mother, Mrs. Cherry Starr, share the struggles and pain of experiencing her son 's drug dependency and eventual death, in the hope 
that other may learn from her family's experiences. 

1. Did Bret participate in sports? No, he did not. He was more interested in music. Although he worl<ed with the Packers while he 
was in high school, he did not compete athletically. We never pushed him into athletics because Bart and I both agreed that that had to 
be his decision. Different children have different interests, and we supported Bret in his interests. He did play golf and was pretty 
athletic, he simply wasn't competitive. 

2. When did you discover tliat Bret was using drugs? We did not l<now until he was 1 8. Bret loved animals and always had all kinds 
of unusual animals around the house. Someone came to the house one day to pick up an animal Bret had that was on the endangered 
species list. When the person came to the house, Bret handed me a book and told me to put it in the bedroom. After the person left, I 
opened the book and there was a hole cut through the center of the book and marijuana cigarettes were stuffed in the hole. This was a 
total shock to Bart and me. 

3. How did Bret become invoived witii drugs? Apparently, his first exposure to drugs was at the age of 1 6 when he joined a musical 
group, a hardrock band. Bret loved music, so we bought him a guitar. He became lead guitarist in this group, but he was a member of 
this group for about two years before we realized he was into drugs. As far as we know, the main drug during these years was 
marijuana. 

4. Did Bret us aicohol first? No, he did not have a drinking problem. He did drink a beer occasionally, but I never saw Bret intoxicated. 
His first drug was marijuana. 

5. Wlien did Bret become invoived with cocaine? We encouraged Bret to go to college, and he went to the University of Wisconsin 
in Madison to enter veterinary school. Bret was unhappy, however, and did not want to go to college. During his first year at Wisconsin, 
Bret did not come home for his birthday in February. I had baked his favorite cake, but he didn't come home, didn't answer his phone. 
We drove to Madison and found him there in his room under the influence of cocaine. We were frightened; it was the worst experience 
we'd had at that point. I couldn't believe what drugs (cocaine) had done to his body in just six month. We brought him home, and he 
never went back to college. 

6. How did you respond to his first encounter with cocaine? We took Bret to Hazelden in Minnesota, but the people there said he 
wasn't a good candidate because he wasn't good in group therapy. He needed one-on-one assistance. We arranged for private 
psychiatric care in Green Bay. He responded well to that for about a year. He was working with the Packers and had a responsible job. 
Then, however, he decided to move to Tampa with two other friends to open up a pet store business. After about a year in business, he 
kept asking for more and more money. The business was in trouble, and he was into drugs again. He went to work managing another 
pet shop but was still having problems. We put Bret under the care of the drug therapist tor the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Dr. Klein. He 
went to him for about a year and liked him very much. He identified with him. But then he stopped going. 

7. Did he ever have a reversal after becoming addicted to cocaine? He had moments, and he truly wanted to end his addiction to 
drugs; but it is very hard, next to impossible, once you get addicted to getaway from that scene. He called me one day crying, saying he 
saw Dr. Klein on television, and said, "I want to go back to him; I want to get this problem out of my life." We took him back and for 1 8 
months he was fairly clean. We bought him some exercise equipment. He would exercise for hours every time he felt the urge to use 
drugs. He said it was a daily struggle. Many time he would leave the house, begin driving to a place for drugs, stop and return home and 
begin exercising. 

8. What was the actual cause of Bret's death? We saw him at Christmas (1987). He had developed a cough, which persisted for 
several months. His mood had changed significantly, however. He was going out more. His communication had improved. He came to 
Milwaukee in June and had a great time, but his cough was worse than ever. He coughed all night. I set up an appointment for him in 
Tampa, and I believe it was scheduled for July 1 2, but he never made that appointment. After not hearing from him for awhile, Bart flew 
to Tampa and found him dead. He apparently had been dead about four days. The autopsy revealed he had black spots all over his 
lungs. He didn't actually die of drug overdose; he died of cardiac arrhythmia. Drug abuse cost him his life and led to the serious lung 
infection. He did have cocaine in his system at death, but only minute quantities. But in his condition, and he was probably using crack, 
it was enough to kill him. 

9. Did peer pressure have anything to do with Bret's initial use of drugs? We've heard from many of Bret's former classmates, and 
they said he was popular in school. He was a fun and kind person to be around. He never used his father's name; he wanted to be one 
of the kids. He was a complex person, however. Bret had a high IQ, but was a poor student because he never studied. He was 
interesting and had a good sense of humor, but he was a quiet person. He like to stay home a lot. His friends always came to our house. 
I'm not sure how much peer pressure played in his use of drugs. Obviously, the musical group he was with had a big influence in his 
introduction to marijuana. But even Bret said, "Mom and Dad, you're the best parents. I don't know why I got into drugs." We had a 
stable home. His parents loved him. He had the proper values. He never was a discipline problem. The only thing that ever upset me 
about Bret was his grades and lack of effort in school. I guess Bret basically never felt challenged. 

10. Where did Bret get his drugs? I have no idea. In that business, however, drugs are so available. If you want drugs, you can find 
drugs. He found them in Green Bay with only 14,000 people, and he found them in the large metropolitan area of Tampa. The 
availability of drugs to children is frightening. I certainly would like to see some tough laws enacted against drug pushers. I would like 
to see our government get tough with other countreis that are pushing drugs into the United States. We continue to do business with 
those same countries that are shipping tons of cocaine into the United States. 

1 1 . What advice would you offer parents? The lesson I learned is that no matter the situation, no matter how good you think your kids 
or your home life is, don't assume anything. By the time kids are old enough to enter school, parents should begin to warn their kids 
about the dangers of drugs. Every child out there is a candidate. This subject should be talked about openly at home. I know many 
parents probably have said, "Well that would neverhappentooneof my kids." Let me tell you, if it can happen to us, it can happen to 
anybody. When the many, many people who knew the qualities of Bart realize that this can happen to good parents, I hope it wakes 
them up to begin the educational process at an early age. Bret was in so much pain. I wanted him to have a better lifestyle, but drugs 
destroyed his body. Cocaine is such a horrible, horrible substance and the drug pushers are out there, even in the grade schools. My 
final advice I guess would be that in addition to loving your child, love them enough to warn them about the possible consequences of 
using drugs ONE time. 

Reprinted from the December 1988 issue of "On TARGET, " a publication of the National Federation. 
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JANUARY, 1989 



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Officers Elected for K.H.S.A.A. 
Board of Control 





Tom Buchanan Sam Chandler 

Tom Buchanan, Superintendent of the Lyon County 
Schools has been elected to serve as President of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association Board of Control 
for the 1988-89 school year by the members of the Board. 
Final approval on the selection was announced following the 
July Board of Control meeting at Lake Barkley State Park. 
At the same meeting of the Board, Sam Chandler, former 
Phncipal at Shelby County High School and currently 
Administrative Assistant for the Shelby County Schools, was 
elected to serve as Vice-President. 

Buchanan graduated from Lone Oak High School before 
continuing his education at Eastern New Mexico University. 
He received both his B.A. and IVI.A. from E.N.M.S.U. before 
embarking on a career in Texas as a teacher and coach in 
baseball, football, basketball and track. After leaving Texas, 
Buchanan assumed duties as Principal at an Illinois high 
school before returning to Kentucky as a teacher and coach 
in first the Carlisle, and then the Ballard County school 
systems. The stint in the classroom was short lived as he 
returned to administration as a middle school principal In 
1978 in the Ballard County system before taking the Lyon 
County superintendency in 1980. Along the way, Buchanan 
received his Rank I Certification from Murray State in 1977. 

An active member of the various state superintendent's 
associations, Buchanan is well aware of the problems 
confronting today's school systems. He has been an 
advocate of increased funding for the schools, and is a 
strong voice in favor of encouraging students to receive a 
well rounded education including participation in high 
school activities. 

As far as the proceedings of the K.H.S.A.A. Board are 
concerned, Buchanan has noticed several changes since his 
term began in 1985. "We probably have more eligibility 
appeals than ever before, and for several reasons," he 
commented. "Society today is much more mobile, parents 
and kids shifting around from year to year, even from day to 
day," he continued. 'The Board has to have an open ear to 
the needs of the individual kids and the needs of the 
parents and be understanding of today's overall societal 
change." 

Buchanan doesn't have to look far to see his goals during 
his year as President. "I would hope we would continue to 
do more investigative work on the backgrounds of the 
eligibility cases where investigation is necessary." "I also 
would like to see this investigation channeled to a group 
closer to the location of the person(s) being investigated so 
that people familiar with the region could be involved in the 
recommendations to our Board." "I have other concerns 
around the office of the Association as well," he continued. 
"I hope we continue to improve our communication with the 
member schools and other Association constituencies, and I 



hope to have in place by the end of my term a formal 
evaluation for the Association staff to insure that the memb)er 
schools are being represented as well as possible, and to 
help the Association to be responsive to the schools," he 
continued. "My main hope would be that this Association 
continue to be proactive, rather than reactive, and we would 
continue to take steps to keep better communication lines 
open with our schools." 

Buchanan is married to the former Ruth Ann Copeland, 
and the Buchanans have two children, Todd and Mindy. 

Sam Chandler is also no novice to the world of school 
administration. Sam has had some 24 years in the 
education profession, including twelve years as principal at 
Shelby County. He left that position in 1987 to assume his 
current duties as Administrative Assistant with the Shelby 
County school system. 

The new position has both good and bad points, 
according to Chandler. "I certainly don't miss the 
disciplinary hearings, suspensions and other student 
problems, but I do miss the high school and its atmosphere, 
and the many wonderful relationships with the students I 
was able to build," he said. 

Chandler is in his third year on the Board of Control, and 
like Buchanan, Chandler has seen a great deal of change 
during his tenure. "I believe this organization has always 
been strong, and had a great deal of credibility. But that 
has been shaken in recent years by eligibility cases and the 
problems created by them, and admittedly, by certain things 
which have been done by the media.," he continued. 

"I believe we have a strong Association, but we do need 
to do some work in certain areas to maintain and improve 
our credibility with our member schools. I think we need to 
work diligently with the member schools to meet their needs, 
particularly in the area of accountability and eligibility." 'This 
is certainly no knock on our staff. I believe our present staff 
is doing all that they can do. I think we may have to look at 
other avenues to solve these problems," he concluded. 

A native of Shelbyville, Chandler graduated from 
Shelbyville High School and received his B.A., M.A., and 
Rank I Certification from Eastern Kentucky University. His 
teaching career began at Fairdale High School in Jefferson 
County in 1965 as a business education teacher where he 
remained until 1968 when he took a similar post at Eastern 
High School. In 1970, Chandler moved to Seneca High 
School as a Business Education teacher before becoming 
Instructional Coordinator in 1974. Chandler also taught in 
the summer and adult education program of the Jefferson 
County Public Schools from 1969 to 1974, and served as a 
part time instructor at the University of Louisville from 1973 
to 1976. 

His administrative career began in 1975 when he was 
named Assistant Principal at Shelby County before being 
named Principal in 1976. 

Active in his community and throughout the 
Commonwealth, Chandler has served on the National 
Association of Secondary School Principals, the Kentucky 
Association of School Administrators, and the Ohio Valley 
Association of School Administrators, has been named 
Shelbyville Citizen of the Year, has been on the Board of 
Directors of the Commonwealth Academic League since 
1984, and has served as Vice Chairman of the Deacons of 
the First Baptist Church in Shelbyville. 

Chandler and his wife, Charlotte, have two children, a 
daughter Stacy, and a son, Matt. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1989 



JANUARY, 1989 



VOL. L, NO. 6 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1103. Act of October 3, 1917. authorized May 3, 1926. 
Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

AssislanI Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington. Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Tom Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville; Vice- 
President - Sam Chandler (1 986-1990) Shelbyville; Directors 
-Sandy Allen (1988-1 992) Louisville. Huston DeHaven (1987- 

1991) Hardinsburg. Charles Henry (1988-1992) 
Paducah. Pearl Ray Lefevers (1988-1992) Kettle Island. 
Charles Miller (1986-1990) Louisville. Marvin Moore (1988- 

1992) Morehead, Tony Olinger (1984-1989) Lexington. 
David Points (1988-1991) Ml Sterling. Ken Tippett (1985- 
1989) Versailles. Liz Trabandt (1988-1991) Ashland; State 
Department of Education - Harry Loy, Frankfort. 

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' MINUTES 
OF THE 
BOARD MEETING 

December 2-3, 1988 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Executive Inn in Louisville. Kentucky 
on Friday morning, December 2, 1988, for the purpose of 
hearing appeals. The meeting was called to order by 
President Tom Buchanan at 9:00 a.m. Present were Board 
Member Sandy Allen. Sam Chandler, Huston DeHaven, 
Charles Henry, Charles Miller, Marvin Moore, Tony Olinger, 
David Points, Ken Tippett and Liz Trabandt; Commissioner 
Tom Mills. Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise and Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid DeVries. Mr. Harry Loy was present 
representing the State Department of Education. The 
invocation was given by David Points. 

President Buchanan called on Mr. Harold Phillips who 
represented his son Chris, a student at Pleasure Ridge Park 
High School. Mr. Phillips had requested a hearing before the 
Board to appeal the decision of the Commissioner as it relates 
to By-Law 6, Transfer Rule. Due to the nature of the situation, 
Mr. Phillips requested a Closed Session. Huston DeHaven 
made a motion, seconded by Sam Chandler, thatthe Board go 
into Closed Session. The motion passed. Following Mr. 
Phillips' appeal, Huston DeHaven made a motion seconded 
by Charles Henry that the Board return to Open Session. 
David Points made a motion that the Board waive By-Law 6 
and allow Chris to participate in interscholastic athletics 
immediately. Tony dinger seconded the motion which 
carried by a vote of 6-5. 

The next appeal was requested by Steve Perkins, father of 
Shane Perkins, a student at Paris High School. Shane had 



transferred from Simon Kenton High School and had been 
ruled ineligible to participate in interscholastic athletics due 
to By-Law 6, Transfer Rule. Mr. Perkins requested a Closed 
Session. Marvin Moore made a motion, seconded by Charles 
Henry, that the Board go into Closed Session. The motion 
passed. Following Mr. Perkins' appeal, a return to Open 
Session, and a lengthy discussion of the case by Board 
members, Marvin Moore made a motion, seconded by 
Charles Henry that the Board uphold the Commissioner's 
ruling in this case. The motion carried unanimously. 

Following a discussion of the accountability of principals 
and coaches as it relates to the rules and regulations of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association, Huston DeHaven 
made a motion, seconded by Marvin Moore that Coach Bob 
Fades, Paris High School, be sent a letter of reprimand. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

Liz Trabandt made a motion that Principal Homer Goins 
also be sent a letter regarding Coach Fades' actions. Sandy 
Allen seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

Sam Chandler moved to adjourn. Ken Tippett seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Executive Inn. Louisville, Kentucky on 
Saturday, December 3, 1 988. The meeting was called to order 
by President Tom Buchanan at 9:00 a.m. with all Board 
members present. Also present were Commissioner Tom 
Mills. Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise. AssL Commissioners 
Brigid L. DeVries and Louis StouL and State Department of 
Education Representative Harry Loy. The invocation was 
given by Charles Henry. 

Pearl Ray Lefevers made a motion, seconded by Charles 
Henry, that the minutes of the meeting held on October 14-15. 
1988. be approved as submitted. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Sam Chandler made a motion that all bills of the 
Association for the period of October 1. 1988 tnrough 
November 30, 1 988. be approved. Liz Trabandt seconded the 
motion which carried unanimously. 

President Buchanan called on Tony Olinger, Chairman of 
the All-Sports Committee, Sandy Allen, Chairman of the 
Trophy Presentation Committee, and Ken Tippett, Chairman 
of the Trophy Bids Committee, for their committee reports. 

Commissioner Mills reminded Board members that 
proposals to be presented to the Delegate Assembly in April 
should be submitted by the January meeting. He advised 
Board members that he had received proposals for the 
Delegate Assembly on the following subject: limits on summer 
activities, foreign exchange students who are assigned by 
approved organizations, transfer students in boarding 
schools, cheerleaders, increasing the number of Board 
members and screening proposals to avoid confusion. 
President Buchanan appointed a committee to look over the 
Proposals before the January meeting: Sam Chandler, 
Chairman; Pearl Ray Lefevers, Marvin Moore, Tony Olinger 
and Liz TrabandL 

In the absence of Dr. Quin Bailey, Mr. Wise advised the 
Board of the Kentucky Medical Association's concern about 
the early start of football practice. He advised the Board 
members thatthe K.M.A. would probably submit a Proposal to 
the Delegate Assembly to ask support for their concerns. 

Mr. Jack Hicks, Ath. Dir. of Owensboro High School, 
appeared before the Board with a proposal that Owensboro 
host the Girls Softball Tournament in May, 1 989. Also present 
were Phil Hoskins, Director, Parks Dept., Mr. Hoskins' 
assistant and Burley Phelan, Owensboro Tourist Commission. 

Following a discussion of the importance of coaches and 
cheerleading sponsors attending the medical symposiums 
sponsored by the Kentucky Medical Association, Sam 
Chandler made a motion that all head coaches in sanctioned 
sports and cheerleader sponsors be required to attend the 



"Minutes" continued on page three. 



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FOR YOUR INFORMATION 
SWIMMING MEETS 






The events for the State Swimming Meets will be the 
same as those listed in the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution and 
By-Laws. Swimming Regulations, on page 47. 

NOTE: There will be a cutoff time for the 500 
Freestyle for the regional meets. Boys - 6 minutes, 30 
seconds; Girls - 7 minutes. 

The dates of the State Meet will be March 3 & 4, 1 989. 
The site will be at Memorial Coliseum, University of 
Kentucky, Lexington, KY. Mr. Tim Cahill will manage 
the meet. The girls and boys meets will be run together. 

The schools are divided in the following regions. 

LOUISVILLE REGION 

Manager: Jack Thompson 

Site: Lakeside and Cresent Hill 

Girls: Assumption, Atherton, Ballard, Butler, Central, 
doss, duPont Manual, Eastern, Evangel, Holy Cross, 
Holy Rosary, Ky. Country Day, Ky. School f/t Blind, 
Male, Oldham Co., Pleasure Ridge Park, Presentation, 
St. Francie, Sacred Heart, Shelby Co., Waggener. 

Boys: Atherton, Ballard, Central, DeSales, Eastern, 
Evangel, Ky. Country Day, Ky School f/t Blind, 
Louisville Collegiate, Male, Oldham Co., Pleasure 
Ridge Park, St. Francis, St. Xavier, Shawnee, Shelby 
Co., Trinity, Waggener. 

WESTERN KENTUCKY REGION 

Manager: Dale Baggett 

Site: Hopkinsville 

Girls: Apollo, Bowling Green, Campbellsville, Daviess 



County, Elizabethtown, Fort Campbell, Fort Knox, 
Greenville, Henderson County, Hickman Co., Hopkins- 
ville, Mad.-N. Hopkins, Mayfield, Murray, North Hardin, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Russellville, South 
Hopkins, Taylor Co. 

Boys: Apollo, Bowling Green, Campbellsville, Davies 
Co., Elizabethtown, Fort Campbell, Fort Knox, 
Greenville, Henderson County, Hickman Co., 
Hopkinsville, Mad.-N. Hopkins, Mayfield, Murray, 
North Hardin, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, 
Russellville, South Hopkins, Taylor Co. 

CENTRAL KENTUCKY REGION 

Manager: Tim Cahill 

Site: Model /Eastern Kentucky University 

Girls: Bourbon County, Boyd Co., Bryan Station, 
Danville. Fairview, Franklin County, George Rogers 
Clark, Henry Clay, Jessamine County, June Buchanan, 
Ky. School f/t Deaf, Knott County Central, Lafayette, 
Laurel County, Lexington Catholic, Model, Oneida 
Baptist, Paris, Paul Blazer, Russell, Sayre, Scott 
County, Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford County. 

Boys: Bourbon County, Boyd Co., Bryan Station, 
Danville, Fairview, Franklin County, Henry Clay, 
Jessamine County, June Buchanan, Ky. School f/t 
Deaf, Knott County Central, Lafayette, Laurel County, 
Lexington Catholic, MM. I., Model, Oneida Baptist, 
Paris, Paul Blazer, Russell, Sayre, Scott County, Tates 
Creek, Woodford County, Western Hills, Woodford 
County. 



"Minutes" continued from page two. 

medical symposiums. Marvin Moore seconded the motion 
wlnich passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills advised Board members of the status 
of cases recently appealed to the State Board of Education. A 
discussion ensued regarding the present appeals procedure. 
President Buchanan appointed Sam Chandler to chair a 
committee to make suggestions to the State Board of 
Education for improving the appeals procedure. Other Board 
members to serve on this committee are Huston Dehaven, 
Charles Henry, Charles Miller and David Points. 

Executive Asst. Wise reported on the results of the golf 
survey. Of the 218 schools surveyed, 75 schools voted in 
favor of spring golf and 99 schools voted in favor of playing 
golf in the fall. Mr. Wise recommended that golf become a fall 
sport beginning with the 1990-1991 school year. Marvin 
Moore moved, seconded by David Points that the above 
recommendation be approved. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Following Mr. Wise's report on the football reclassification 
of Oldham County High School to be moved to football Class 
AAA, Region 2, District 1 , David Points made a motion that the 
request be approved. Sam Chandler seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

Mr. Wise also presented a request to the Board from 
Madison Central High School to remain in Class A/VAA, 
Region 4, District 1, based on their enrollment due to the 



closing of Madison High School. Pearl Ray Lefevers made a 
motion to honor their request. Tony dinger seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

The meeting of the Board will be held in Louisville at the 
Executive Inn during the Louisville Invitational Tournament. 
The time for the appeals hearings will be at 1:00 p.m. on 
Friday, January 20, and the regular meeting will be held at 
9:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 21. 

Mr. Wise reported that $326,707.00 in ticket sales had been 
receivd through this date for the Boys State Basketball 
Tournament. Advanced ticket sales for the Girls State 
Basketball Tournament had netted $12,036.00. 

Marvin Moore requested that the tabled motion regarding 
an additional complimentary boys basketball tournament 
ticket and paid room expenses for Basketball Assigning 
Secretaries be removed from the table. Following further 
discussion, Mr. Moore moved, seconded by David Points, that 
the motion be amended as follows: each Basketball 
Assigning Secretary receive one additional ticket and a 
$200.00 room allowance. The amendment passed by a vote of 
three opposed to the amendment and four in favor of the 
amendment. Sam Chandler then moved, seconded by Pearl 
Ray Lefevers, that the motion be tabled. The motion passed. 

David Points moved, seconded by Charles Miller, that the 
meeting by adjourned. The motion passed unanimously. 



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Official Nomination Form 

Dawahares - Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Hall of Fame 




The Dawahares - Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame is open to anyone who has played, officiated or 
administered high school athletics at any Kentucky high school, past or present, and to anyone who has been of service to 
Kentucky high school athletics. 

This nomination form may be duplicated and used to nominate an unlimited number of potential members. Any person may 
make a nomination. In particular, principals, supehntendents, athletic directors and coaches are requested to make nominations. 

The deadline for returning this form is April 1, 1989 for the 1990 class of inductees. Please return the form to — 

Earl Cox 

Dawahares - K.H.S.A.A. Hall of Fame 

c/o Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

P.O. Box 22280 

Lexington, KY 40522 



Nomination Form 

(please print or type all information) 



Name of person nominated: 
Address of person being nominated: 
(or surviving relative if deceased) 
City, State, Zip: 
Telephone of person being nominated: 



Briefly list accomplishments of nominee: 



List names of school(s) where nominee was involved: 



This nomination form Is for the 1990 banquet which is tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, March 20, 1990. 

All nominations will be forwarded to the Hall of Fame Selection Committee to be appointed by the President of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association Board of Control. 



The first class of inductees into the Dawahares - Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame were — Ralph Beard, 
Ralph Carlisle, L.J. "Butch" Charmoli, Blanton Collier, Morton Combs, Ralph Dorsey, Geri Grigsby, Cliff Hagan, Clem Raskins, Peck 
Hickman, Stephanie Hightower-Leftwich, Paul Hornung, Wallace "Wah" Jones, W.L. Kean, Roy Kidd, Frank "Dr." Litkenhous, Garnis 
Martin, Mary T. Meagher, Letcher Norton, Joe Ohr, Homer Rice, Ted Sanford, J.W. "Spider" Thurman, John Bill Trivette, S.T. Roach 
and Russ Williamson. 

The second induction ceremony for the Dawahares - Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame will be held March 
14, 1989 at the Marriott Griffin Gate Resort. The 1989 inductees are Gay Brewer, E. A. "Ed" Diddle, Stella Gilb, Butch Beard, 
Tommy Bell, Jerry Claiborne, Kelly Coleman, Howard Crittenden, Lyman Ginger, Delmas Gish, Bill Harrell, Clemette Haskins, 
Preston 'Ty" Holland, Earle Jones, Harry Jones, Larry Jones, Kenny Kuhn, Lenny Lyies, Joe Billy Mansfield, Lawrence McGinnis, 
Paulie Miller, Donna Murphy, Frank Ramsey, Bev Ramser, McCoy "Red" Tarry, and Westley Unseld. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1989 



PAGE FIVE 






1989 WRESTLING INFORMATION 



DISTRICT MANAGERS: 

Western Jefferson Butch Greschel, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale 40118 

Northern Kentucky Mike Bankemper, Campbell County High School, 8000 Alexandria Pike, Alexandria 

41001 

Western Kentucky Jim Perrin, Christian County High School, Glass Avenue, Hopkinsville 42240 

CentralJefferson Kenny Ellenbrand, Trinity High School, 4011 Shelbyville, Louisville 40207 

Frankfort Raymond Webb, Frankfort High School, 328 Shelby Street, Frankfort 40601 

Tates Creek Gary Dearborn, Harrison County High School, Webster Avenue, Cynthiana 

41031 

East Jefferson Jack Jacobs, Waggener High School, 330 South Hubbards La., Louisville 

40207 

Hardin Bobby Williams, West Hardin, 10471 Leitchfield Road, Stephensburg 42781 



REGIONAL MANAGERS: 

Harrison Co./Frankfort Ray Webb, Frankfort High School, 328 Shelby Street, Frankfort 40601 

Hardin Co./Western KY Paul Underdonk, North Hardin High School, 801 South Logsdon Pkwy., Radcliff 

40160 

West/Central Jefferson Paul Dennison, Western High School, 2501 Rockford Lane, Louisville 40216 

East Jefferson/ 
Northern Kentucky Jack Jacobs, Waggener High School, 330 So. Hubbards Lane, Louisville 

40207 

STATE FINALS MANAGERS: 

Larry Mann, Manager, Kentucky School t/t Blind, 1867 Frankfort Ave., Box 6005, Louisville 40206 

Jay Phillips, Assistant Manager, Atherton High School, 3000 Dundee Road, Louisville 40205 




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TOURNAMENTS 



The State Wrestling Tournament //ill be held at Atherton High School, Louisville, on February 17-18, 1989. 
Larry Mann m\\ manage the State Tournament. 
The district and regional tournaments will be held on February 4 and 11. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1989 



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1988 STATE SOCCER 
COMMITTEE MEETING 



Meeting Date: December 6, 1988 
Meeting Site: KHSAA 

The state soccer committee meeting was called to order by 
chairman Louis Stout at 10 a.m. Members present were: 
Charles Colly, Rick Kazee, Jeff Lyndon, Bob Pugh, Jim 
Reuther, Sarah Weaver, and Wayne Wright. 

Louis Stout announced that the financial report from the 
state tournament is not complete. He estimated the money to 
be in the $8,300+ range. 

The season start dates for the 1 989 season are: 
July 20 - Practice begins with a ball 
August 28 - first game of the season 

Rick Kazee floored the motion that the state finals for 1 989 
be held during the week of November 9-11. Second: Bob 
Pugh. Call to question: All in favor. 

Rick Kazee floored the motion that the districts be held the 
week of October 23; that the regionals be held October 30- 
November 4, and; and that sectionals be Monday, November 
6 or Tuesday, November 7. Second: Bob Pugh. Call to 
question: All in favor. 

ALIGNMENTS 

Jim Reuther floored the motion that: Madison Southern be 
moved from district 1 8 to district 1 6; that Somerset move from 
district 1 6 to district 23; that Menifee Co., Powell Co., Mason 
Co., George Rogers Clark, and Montgomery Co. be put into 
district 22; that Harrison Co. and Pendleton Co. (both of 
district 14) go to district 15; that Anderson Co., Frankfort, 
Franklin Co., and Western Hills comprise district 1 4, and; that 
Bullitt East, Oldham Co., South Oldham Co., Shelby Co., and 
North Bullitt comprise district 1 3. Second: Wayne Wright. Call 
to question: All in favor. 

Despite pressure from some committee members, it was 
decided to leave districts 17 and 18 alone. 

TOURNAMENT SITES 
1 and 2 - None 
3 and 4 - To be announced by George Sauer 

5 - To be determined by Louis Stout 

6 - District 17 to Lexington Lafayette 

District 18 to Lexington Catholic 

7 - To be determined by Louis Stout 

8 - District - Mason or Clark 

Region - Montgomery Co. 
23 and 24 - Stout 

SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT 
Regional tournament winners shall be host in the following 
progression: in 1989 the odd numbered regional winner shall 
host; in even number years the even numbered regional shall 
host. 

TICKET PRICES 
Rick Kazee floored the motion that sectional ticket prices 
be $3 for adults, $1 for 1 2 and under; that state ticket prices be 
$4 for adults, $1 for 12 and under. 

TOURNAMENT 
After approximately 45 minutes of discusson and 
disagreement among committee members Jim Reuther 
floored the following motion: that Louis Stout survey soccer 
schools to see if they want penalty kicks or a 35 yard shoot out 
for tournaments. This will be determined by a majority of 
returned votes. Second: Wayne Wright. Call to question: 5 to 2 
in favor 



FEES (MAXIMUM) 

Field Rental 

Clean-up 

P.A. 

Site Manager 

Field Maintenance 

Ticket Seller 

Ticket Takers 

Security 

Ball Chasers 

Officials 

Medical Stand by 



WORKER RATES 

$100 



$25 /game 

$50/game 

$75/night 

$25 /person 

$15/person 

KHSAA 
6/ga. for 3 ga. 
KHSAA 
KHSAA 



FINALS 

$100 



$25/game 

$50/game 

$75/night 

4 /game 

4/game 

KHSAA 

$6/ person 



Twelve passes will be given to participating teams to 
distribute as necessary among administrators, etc. Band, 
team members, and cheerleaders should enter as a group 
with their coach/sponsor to gain free admittance. 

Louis Stout clarified that coaches are permitted to coach 
only during the summer vacation once the season has ended. 

The draw for the 1989 final four was held: 



WESTERN 



6 p.m. 
NORTHERN KY. 



7:30 p.m. 



LOUISVILLE 



8 p.m. 
LEXINGTON 



-WINNER 



The final four site was undetermined as of 1 2/8/88. It was 
recommended that it be held on a rotating basis. 

DATES AND SITES 
August 14 - Durrett - 7 p.m. 
August 15 - KHSAA — 7 p.m. 
August 17 - Northern KY - 7 p.m. 
August 18 - Hopkinsville - 7 p.m. 
August 19 - Owensboro - 10 a.m. 




From The Commissioner's Office 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WOODFORD COUNTY WRESTLING TEAM 

Congratulations are certainly in order to Coach Rusty Parks and his 
Woodford County Yellowjacket Wrestling team. Though they recently saw 
their streak of 110 consecutive dual meet victories snapped at the hands 
of Johnson Central, the streak will qualify as the eighth longest 
consecutive dual meet victory streak in National Federation history. 
Featured on the cover of this month's Athlete is Jonathan Geilear, a 189 
pound wrestler for this year's team, taken in action at the Woodford 
County Invitational on December 29. Thanks to Mack Calvert of the 
Woodford Sun, and to Dave Huntsman of Huntsman Photographic Services for 
the photograph. 



BOYS COACHES NOT ATTENDING BASKETBALL CLINIC 

The following boys' basketball coaches did not attend a regular clinic as 
of January 16, and will not be permitted to coach in K.H.S.A.A. post 
season championship play until attending an approved make-up clinic -- 
Breathitt County - Glen Napier; Bryan Station - Bobby Washington; Butler 
County - Jim Bob Green; Cawood - Glen Estep; Cumberland County - Tom 
Watson; Deming - Gary McKinney; Dorton - Gene Tackett; Highview Baptist - 
Larry Smith; Living Waters Christian - John Rogers; Maysville - Doug 
Mines; Millersburg Military Institute - Ed Allin; Walden - Jorge I. 
Oclander 



GIRLS 

The following gi 
of January 16, 
season champions 
Allen Central 
Greg Woodcock; 
Caddy; Evarts - 
Fraize; Jackson 
Miller; Magoffin 
Waybright; St. 
Madonna - June Sm 



COACHES NOT ATTENDING BASKETBALL RULES CLINIC 

rls' basketball coaches did not attend a regular clinic as 

and will not be permitted to coach in K.H.S.A.A. post 

hip play until attending an approved make-up clinic -- 

Bonita Compton; Berea - Margaret Davis; Butler County - 
Christian Academy-Louisville; Evangel Christian - Laura 

Earl Rogers; Frankfort - Larry Blackford; Frederick 
City; Jessamine County - Glen Teater; Madison - Velmar 

County; Millard - Margaret Ellison; Red Bird - David 
Patrick - Danny McKay; St. Romuald - Janice Graves; Villa 
ith; Walden - Michelle Palmer 



REMINDER TO SCHOOLS CONCERNING LIMITATION OF SEASONS 

All schools are reminded of the Limitation of Seasons Rules, K.H.S.A.A. 
By-Law 27, as it applies to competition after the conclusion of the 
regular season. ALL SPORTS are affected by this rule, which states that 
following the teams' last regular season match, there shall be no further 
practice or play as a team for the remainder of the school year, with the 
exception of the K.H.S.A.A. tournament. Please be sure your coaches are 
aware of this important rule, and that they are not involved in coaching 
the team in an outside league, or other competition. For the high school 
coach, be they the Head Coach or an assistant coach, to coach members of 
the high school team in a league outside of the school's legal regular 
season competition, regardless of the type of league, would be a violation 
of the rules governing the Limitation of Seasons. 



OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

Now that the 1988 season is over, many schools are working 1989 schedules 
with consideration for two year contracts to cover the remainder of the 
alignment period (1989 and 1990). With this in mind, please submit your 
open dates to this office so that we may again compile a list to assist 
you in scheduling. Please submit these open dates in writing and include 
1) the game date desired, 2) 1989 site desired if you have a preference, 
and 3) a contact name and daytime phone number. 

Week One (August 18) - Harrison County, contact Gary Dearborn 
(606)234-2353. Pineville, contact Tim Saylor (606)337-2361. 

Week Two (August 25) - Bardstown, contact Coach Garni s Martin 
(502)348-5913. Christian County, contact Coach Dan Goble 
(502)887-1121. Dixie Heights, contact Don Afterkirk, Athletic 
Director (606)341-7650. Ironton (OH), contact Mike Burcham, A.D. 
(614)532-3911. Shelby County, contact Rod Cloyd, Athletic 
Director (502)633-2443. Tates Creek, contact Assistant Coach Joe 
Ruddell, (606)272-1513. Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob Rose, 
(606)549-1915, 3800, or 1737. 

Week Three (September 1) 1989 - Dayton, contact Stan Steidel 
(606)261-4357. Harrison County, contact Gary Dearborn 
(606)234-2353. Jefferson City, Jefferson City, Missouri. 
Contact Pete Adkins (314)636-7171; Notre Dame, Portsmouth, OH. 
Contact Randy Martin (614)353-4255. Waggener, contact Jack 
Jacobs or Don Ludwig (502)454-8340. Williamsburg, contact Coach 
Bob Rose, (606)549-1915, 3800, or 1737. 

Week Four (September 8), 1989 - Lafayette, contact Karen Vanover, A.D. 
(606)281-0310. Perry Meridian in Indianapolis is seeking a game 
with a Kentucky school. They are Indiana Class 5A (approximately 
1500 students, top three grades). Desire home game in 1989, road 
game in 1990. Contact Noah Ellis, (317)882-4229. Providence, 
CLarksville, Indiana. Contact Bob Fields, A.D. (812)945-2538. 
Whitley County, contact Principal Virgil Chambers (606)549-1360. 

Week Five (September 15) 1989 - Christian County, contact Coach Dan 
Goble (502)887-1121. Dayton, contact Stan Steidel 
(606)261-4357. Jefferson City, Jefferson City, Missouri. 
Contact Pete Adkins (314)636-7171. Pineville, contact Tim 
Saylor, A.D. (606)337-2361. 

Week Six (September 22) 1989 - Harpeth, Kingston Springs, Tennessee, 
contact Coach Bill Cox (615)797-2811. LaRue County (would prefer 
away), contact Phil Eason (502)358-9200. 

Week Seven (September 29) 1989 - Danville, contact Sam Harp 
(606)236-7957, or (606)236-5437. Harrison County, contact Gary 
Dearborn (606)234-2353. Jefferson City, Jefferson City, 
Missouri. Contact Pete Adkins (314)636-7171. Pineville, contact 
Tim Saylor, A.D. (606)337-2361. Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob 
Rose, (606)549-1915, 3800, or 1737. 



OPEN FOOTBALL DATES (Continued) 

Week Eight (October 6) 1989 - Amelia (OH), approximately 15 miles SE 
of Cincinnati, contact Tom Carr (513)753-5120. Christian County, 
contact Coach Dan Goble (502)887-1121. Elkhorn City, contact 
Jerry Childers, Athletic Director (606)754-7417 or 9098. Jefferson 
City, Jefferson City, Missouri. Contact Pete Adkins 
(314)636-7171. LaRue County (would prefer home), contact Phil 
Eason (502)358-9200. 

Week Nine (October 13) 1989 - Jefferson City, Jefferson City, 
Missouri. Contact Pete Adkins (314)636-7171. Lafayette, contact 
Karen Vanover, A.D. (606)281-0310. Morrow Little Miami High 
School, just outside of Cincinnati, approximately 530 in top three 
grades. Contact Rob Blanton (513)899-3781. Pineville, contact 
Tim Saylor, A.D. (606)337-2361. Russell, contact Jerry Klaiber, 
A.D. (606)836-9650. St. Xavier (Cincinnati), (approximately 1200 
boys), contact Ross Butler, A.D. (513)761-7600, ext. 601. Robert 
A. Taft, Cincinnati, OH. Contact Raymond Spicher, A.D. 
(513)381-0890. 



Week Ten (October 
(502)348-5913. 
(614)532-3911. 



20) 1989 - Bardstown, contact Coach Garnis Martin 
Ironton (OH), contact Mike Burcham, A.D. 



Week Eleven (October 27) 1989 - Harrison County, contact 
(606)234-2353. LaRue County (would prefer home), 
Eason (502)358-9200. 



Gary Dearborn 
contact Phil 



Week Twelve 
(606)234- 
Director 



(November 3) 1989 
2353. Shelby 
(502)633-2443. 



- Harrison County, 
County, contact 



contact Gary 
Rod Cloyd, 



Dearborn 
Athletic 



CAVERNA SEEKS FOOTBALL COACH 

The Caverna Board of Education recently accepted the resignation of 
Caverna's football coach, Johnny Belcher, after ten years in the 
position. Applications for the position will be taken until January 31, 
1989, and should be directed to Billy F. Bruce, Caverna Board of 
Education, P.O. Box 428, Cave City, KY 42127. 



With the enforcement o 
important to keep up 
Assessment (ACT test). 
For the remainder of th 

Test Date 

02/11/89 

04/15/89 

06/10/89 
For the remainder of th 

Test Date 

01/28/89 

03/11/89 

05/06/89 

06/03/89 



A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1988-89 

f the N.C.A.A. Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 
with the test dates for the American College Testing 
and the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT test), 
is school year, the ACT schedule is as follows: 
Regular Postmark Deadline Late Deadline 
01/13/89 01/31/89 

03/17/89 04/04/89 

05/12/89 05/30/89 

is school year, the SAT schedule is as follows: 
Registration Deadline 
12/23/88 
02/03/89 
03/31/89 
04/28/89 



PREGAME PROCEDURE FOR BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

The following guide was adopted at the Assigning Secretaries meeting in 
basketball, and is to be used in all high school contests this year. 

BASIC PRE-GAME PROCEDURE 

1) Arrival at game site -- a. One hour before game time; b. Report your 
presence to the Athletic Director; c. Discourage visitation; d. 
Explain that you need to have a pre-game conference and need privacy. 

2) Pre Game Conference (Private) -- a. is a must; b. helps insure a 
smooth running game; c. Referee is responsible for arranging and 
coordinating 

3) Topics to coyer -- a. Equipment (check whistles, shoes, etc.); b. 
reaffirm who will be referee and his/her responsibilities; c. 
Deciding when a goal counts when there is disagreement; d. Knowing 
the remaining time at end of period; e. The tossed ball to start game 
and extra periods; f. Notifying or having teams notified before start 
of game and half; g. handling unruly spectators; h. (1) 3 point play 
coverage, (2) Injured player procedures, (3) Pressing defense, 4 
corner offense, delay offense, no action game, (4) Goal 
Tending/Basket Interference, (5) Last second shots in close game, who 
is responsible, (6) Other points as required. 



BASIC PRE-GAME MECHANICS 

1) Arrive on the floor fifteen minutes before the game. Both officials 
should then meet at table with the scorer and time. 

2) Both officials should move to the visiting team coach. Introduce 
yourself and identify the team captains. 

3) Both officials move to the home team coach. Introduce yourself and 
identify the team captains. SPEND NO MORE TIME WITH THE COACHES THAN 
IS NECESSARY TO GET THE CAPTAINS NAMES AND TO INTRODUCE YOURSELVES, 
CERTAINLY NO MORE THAN ONE MINUTE. 

4) Move to the table, give the score book a final check, the call the 
captains to the middle of the floor (10 minutes on clock). 

5) Captains briefing (10 minutes) prior to starting time. (You may need 
to adjust this time at the coaches' request. 

6) Referee move to end of forecourt line on visiting team side and faces 
warm-up. Umpire moves to forecourt line on home team end and faces 
warm-up. 

7) Take in jackets when both teams leave floor. Return immediately to 
scorer's table. (Jacket, if worn, shall be Navy) 

7a. When the team official (R or U) is observing warm up leaves court, 
the official will go directly to the scorer's table or fellow 
official . 

7b. Strive at all times to be professional. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE VETERAN CHARLES "MELTON" RUTER 

Congratulations are in order for Mr. Charles Ruter, a veteran of many 
K.H.S.A.A. event worker, and long time track and field official. Ruter 
recently was elected to serve a two year term as Vice-President of the 
Athletics Congress of the United States. Ruter also serves the 
organization as the Administrator of Officials. During Ruter's tenure as 
Officials' Administrator, he has seen the number of registered officials 
grow from 67 members in 1976 to its current total of 4,843. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1989 



PAGE SEVEN 



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1988-89 Certified 

and Approved 
Basketball Officials 



A large number of K.H.S.A.A. registered officials have 
qualified forthe advance ratings of Certified and Approved as 
a result of the National Federation Part II Examination. Only 
officials receiving these higher ratings are eligible to work in 
the district and regional tournaments. Only Certified officials 
are eligible to work in the state tournament. 

APPROVED 



Allen, Thomas N. 
Baker, Donald Ray 
Ball. James Loren 
Boyd, John 

Branscum, Alan Wade 
Buerger, David J. 
Campbell, Steven M. 
Canady, Jeff 
Craft, Gary L. 
Cruse, Don 
Duncan, Garold B. 
Dunn, Richard T. 
Dupin, Jackie H. 
Eary, Jr.. Edward B. 
Ellis, Timothy 
Foley, Robert Michael 
Freppon, Thomas Robert 
Galusha, Steve 
Gillis. Larry 
Goodlett. Phillip 
Hargrove. Bill 
Heltsley, Laurie L. 
Hendley. Steve 
Herron. Jr.. Dennis M. 
Hippenstell, Curt 
Hodge, Billy W. 
Hunt. Larry R. 
King, Ron 
Ladd. Michael 



CERTIFIED 



Allen, Mickey 
Banks, Jr., Paul (Buddy) 
Berns, Thomas, E. 
Brooks. Clayton L 
Clark, David 
Cromer. Daniel B. 
Doak, Lee 
East, Timothy c. 
Eddleman, Jr., Bruce E. 
Emily, Steven E. 
Goodlett, Randy 
Goodman, Adrian 
Griffith, Keith 
Hall, Donnie 
Hamilton, Joseph K. 
Hammons, Billy R. 
Hardin. Ronnie E. 
Harris, James A. 
Hendrickson. Kevin 
Herbstreith, Terry L. 
Holt, Michael 
Jarrell, Colette 
Kerr, Richard 
Lyons, David 
Martin, Steven T. 
Mason, Kip G. 



Lewis, Eric P. 
Lopez. Bill 
Mattingly. Lisa 
Miller. Joseph A. 
Moore, Ronald Allen 
Padon, Thad 
Pauly. Sonny 
Phillips. Kenneth A. 
Philpot, Michael D. 
Preece, Trina 
Puckett, Jeffrey G. 
Riggs, Bobby Gene 
Roberts, Jefrey K. 
Showalter, Charles C. 
Shumate. Chuck 
Sloan, Paul 
Smith. Horace B. 
Smith. Jeryl T. 
Taylor. Joni 
Thompson. Allen D. 
Travis, Mike 
Varney, Gary Lee 
Weber. Nicholas J. 
Wheeler, Lou S. 
Willett, George C. 
Williams, Daniel H. 
Workman, Lowell B. 
Zornes, Lawrence David 



Miller. John W. 
Miller, Michael E. 
Mitchell, Brad 
Nichols, John 
Peckenpaugh. Leo 
Peel. Jerd 
Perry, David A. 
Peterson, Steve 
Petrie, Laura Ann 
Phillippi, James E. 
Prince. Billie W. 
Puckett. James A. 
Pyle, James F. 
Reliford. Jr., Charles H. 
Rogers, Kenneth H. 
Rogers, Rufus B. 
Shelton, Shelah K. 
Simmons, Ron 
Smith, James Darryl 
South, Judy P. 
Steele, Herman E. 
Tindle, Jr.. Lester 
Wells, III, John Britton 
Woods, Steven L. 
Wooton, Windel E. 




K.H.S.A.A. 
Films and Tapes Available 



Films of several previous K.H.S.A.A. state championship 
events as well as films related to the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored 
sports are available through Ms. Annette Andrews at the 
University of Kentucky Film Library, Lexington, KY. 40506. Her 
phone is (606) 257-8456. A small fee is charged for use in 
order to cover postage. These events were filmed and the 
related films purchased for the benefit and use of all Kentucky 
high school coaches and personnel to promote all of the 
K.H.S.A.A. sports. 

The following is the list currently available: 

BASEBALL 

Cincinnati Reds: Baseball Real Winners (1981) 
Cincinnati Reds: Pete Rose Big Hit (1985) 
The Hustle's Back (1984) 
Reds Baseball Building for '83 

BASKETBALL 

Basketball - The Right Way (1986) 
Bourbon Co. vs. Logan Co. (1984 Boys State 

Basketball Finals) 
Butler vs. Franklin County High (1980 Girls State 

Basketball Tournament) 
Lafayette vs. Christian County High School (1 979 Boys 

Basketball Finals) 
Laurel County vs. Lafayette (1979 Girls Basketball 

Finals) 
Laurel County vs. North Hardin (1982 Boys State 

Basketball Finals) 
Mercy Academy vs. Marshall County (1 982 Girls State 
Basketball Finals) 
Owensboro vs. Louisville Doss (1980 Boys State 

Basketball Finals) 
Pulaski County vs. Marshall County (1981 Girls 

Basketball Finals) 
Time-Out for Basketball (1983) 

FOOTBALL 

Class A State Football Championship Games '78, '79, 

'80, '81, '82, '83 and '84. 
Class AA State Football Championship Games '78, '79, 

'80, '81, '82, '83 and '84. 
Class AAA State Football Championship Games '78, 

'79, '80, '81, '82, '83 and '84. 
Class AAAA State Football Championship Games '78, 

'79, '80, '81, '82, '83 and '84. 
Football Now - Contact by the Rules (1985) 
Football at Its Best (A Safer Game) (1982) (1985) 
One Step Ahead: A Guide to Better Football 

Officiating (1980) 
Precision Football (1976) 
VOLLEYBALL 
Notre Dame vs. Our Lady of Providence (1982 Girls 

State Volleyball Final Match) 
Notre Dame vs. Angela Merici (1983 Girls State 

Volleyball Final Match) 
Notre Dame vs. Sacred Heart (1984 Girls State 

Volleyball Final Match) 



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1989 DISTRICT AND REGIONAL SOFTBALL ALIGNMENTS 







REGION 1 




District 1 


District 2 


District 3 




Heath 


Ballard Memorial 


Calloway County (D) 




Lone Oak 


Graves County 


Marshall County 




Reidland (D) 


Hickman County 


Mayfield 






St. Mary 


Murray 






Fulton County 


REGION 2 




District 4 


District 5 


District 6 


District 7 


Christian County 


Caldwell County 


Dawson Springs 


Henderson County 


Ft. Campbell (D) 


Livingston Central 


Madisonville-North Hopkins (D) 


Providence 


Hopkinsville 


Lyon County 


S. Hopkins 


Union County 


University Heights 


Trigg County 


W, Hopkins 

REGION 3 


Webster County 


District 8 


District 9 


District 10 


District 11 


Apollo 


Bremen 


Breckinridge County 


Fordsville 


Daviess County (D) 


Central City 


Frederick Fraize 


Grayson County (D) 


Owensboro 


Drakesboro 


Hancock County (D) 


McLean County 


Owensboro Catholic 


Graham 


St. Romuald 


Ohio County 




Greenville 


Trinity (Whitesville) 






Hughes-Kirk 








Muhlenberg Central (D) 


REGION 4 




District 12 


District 13 


District 14 




Allen County 


Bowling Green 


Clinton County 




Barren County 


Butler County 


Cumberland County 




Edmonson County 


Franklin-Simpson 


Metcalfe County 




Glasgow 


Logan County 
Russellville 
Warren Central 
Warren East 


Monroe County 

REGION 5 




District 15 


District 16 


District 17 




Adair County 


East Hardin 


Caverna 




Bethlehem 


Elizabethtown 


Green County 




Marion County 


Ft. Knox (D) 


Hart County 




Nelson County 


Meade County 


LaRue County 




Taylor County 


North Hardin 






Campbellsville 


West Hardin 






Bardstown 




REGION 6 




District 18 


District 19 


District 20 


District 21 


Central 


Butler 


Beth Haven 


Evangel 


Portland Christian (D) 


Holy Cross 


Doss 


Holy Rosary 


Shawnee 


Pleasure Ridge Park (D) 


Fairdale (D) (R) 


Iroquois 


Southvi/est Christian 


Western 


Valley 


Southern (D) 



REGION 7 



District 22 

Collegiate 
duPont Manual 
Male (R) 

Mercy Academy (D) 
Ninth & O 



District 23 

Assumption (D) 
Atherton 

Christian Academy 
Seneca 



District 24 

Fern Creek 
Jetfersontown 
Moore (D) 
Walden 



District 25 

Ballard 

Eastern (D) 

Kentucky Country Day 

Sacred Heart 

Waggener 



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1989 DISTRICT AND REGIONAL SOFTBALL ALIGNMENTS (cont.) 



District 26 

Bullitt Central 
Bullitt East (D) 
North Bullitt 
Shelby County 
Spencer County 



District 29 

Boone County 
Walton-Verona 
Conner 
Simon-Kenton (D) 



District 27 

Carroll County 
Eminence 
Gallatin County 
Henry County 
Oldham County 
Trimble County 



District 30 

Villa Madonna 
Lloyd Memorial 
Dixie Heights 
Scott 



REGION 8 

District 28 

Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott County 
Williamstown 



REGION 9 

District 31 

Beechwood 
Holmes 
Holy Cross 
Notre Dame 



REGION 10 



District 32 

Dayton 

Newport 

Newport Central Catholic 

Pendleton County 

Ludlow 

Bellevue 



Distict 33 

Bishop Brossart 
Campbell County 
Highlands 
Silver-Grove 



District 34 

Bracken County 
Deming 
Mason County 
Maysville 
Tollesboro 



District 35 

Harrison County 

Paris 

Clark County 

Montgomery County 

Bath County 



REGION 11 



District 36 

Burgin 
Harrodsburg 
Mercer County 
Western Anderson 
Garrard County 
Lincoln County 



District 37 

Estill County 
Madison 
Madison Central 
Madison Southern 
Model 



District 38 

Bryan Station 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 

Lexington Catholic 
Sayre 
Tates Creek 



District 39 

Franklin County (R) 
Jessamine County 
Western Hills 
Woodford County 



REGION 12 



District 40 

Corbin 

Knox Central (D) 

Laurel County 

Lynn Camp 

Whitley County 

Williamsburg 



District 41 

Monticello 
Pulaski County 
Rockcastle 
Russell County 
Wayne County 



District 42 

Bell County 
Cawood 
Evarts 

Middlesboro (R) 
Oneida (D) 
Red Bird 



REGION 13 



District 43 

Dilce Combs 
Hazard 
Knott County 
Leslie County 
Letcher 
M.C. Napier 
Whitesburg 



District 44 

Breathitt County 
Buckhorn (D) 
Cordia 
Jackson 
Jackson County 



District 45 

Menifee County 
Riverside Christian 
Wolfe County 
Lee County 
Powell County 



District 46 

Allen Central 
June Buchanan 
McDowell (D) 
Sheldon Clark 
Wheelwright 





REGION 14 


District 47 


District 48 


Boyd County 


Belfry 


Greenup County 


Elkhorn City 


Lewis County 


Feds Creek 


Morgan County 


Phelps 


Russell 


Pikeville 


West Carter 





District 15 

Adair County 
Bethlehem 
Marion County 
Nelson County 
Taylor County 
Campbellsville 
Bardstown 



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1988-89 NATIONAL FEDERATION WRESTLING 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS PART I 




PUBLICATIONS CORRECTIONS 

RULE BOOK 

Page 14 (4-4-2) - Delete the 4th sentence 
Page 29 (8-2-1) - Delete the 2nd sentence 

Page 31 (9-2-2) - Summary of Scoring-Tournament: Bye followed by a win in 
championship bracket is 2 pts. and in the consolation bracket 1 pt. 
Page 39 (7-6-1) - in the 4th line change "now" to "not." 

CASE BOOK 

Page 27 - 1st line change ■'184" to "188". 

Page 31 (4.4.2 Situation A) - In 6th line delete "exceeds 1 89" and add "is at least 
188." 

Page 66 - In 4th line change "one" to "two" and in 5th line change 
"unsportsmanlike conduct" to "flagrant misconduct." 



SITUATION #1 : With Wrestler A leading Wrestler B by a score of 1 3-0 when would 
the match be stopped: (a) Wrestler A reverses Wrestler 8 and he goes straight to 
his back; (b) Wrestler A. from the neutral position, gets a bear hug on Wrestler B 
and takes him straight to his back? 

RULING: In both (a) and (b) the reversal and takedown are awarded first and they 
create a fifteen -point advantage, therefore, as soon as the reversal or takedown is 
awarded the match would be stopped and a technical fall would be awarded to 
Wrestler A. Even though in both situations Wrestlers was on his back no near fall 
or fall could occur. (5-2-7) 

SITUATIONS #2: In a tournament competition Wrestler A is injured through legal 
action and is is necessary that he take one minute and forty five second injury time 
The regular match ends in a tie score which necessitates going into overtime. 
During the first period of the overtime Wrestler A is again injured through legal 
action and. as the referee signals for the injury clock to start, he informs the coach 
of Wrestler A that he has fifteen second of injury time left and at the conclusion of 
that fifteen second he must be ready to wrestle. The coach questions why only 
fifteen seconds instead of two minutes. 

RULING: The overtime period is now considered as an extension of the regular 
match and all points, penalties, cautions, warnings and injury time are cumulative 
throughout the match and overtime. Because one mmute and forty five seconds 
was used m the regular match Wrestler A has only fifteen seconds remaining on 
the injury time clock. If he is unable to continue wrestling at the conclusin of the 
additional fifteen seconds it would be necessary for him to default the match to 
Wrestler 8.(10-4-3) 

SITUATION #3: Wrestler A pins Wrestler B and, just prior to leaving the mat. 
Wrestler A hits Wrestler B and is called for flagrant misconduct. How would this 
effect the results of the contest? 

RULING: Wrestler A would be disqualified from the tournament or dual meet and 
two team points would be deducted. There would beno winner of the contest and. 
therefore, no team points awarded for that match. In tournament competition there 
would be no contestant advancing to the next round of competition. (8-1-5) 
SITUATION #4: Wrestler A pins Wrestler B and [ust after they leave the mat. 
Wrestler A hits Wrestler B and is called for flagrant misconduct. What effect would 
this have on the results of the match? 

RULING: Wrestler A would be disqualified for the remainder of the tournament or 
dual meet and two team points would be deducted. Since the wrestlers have left 
the mat this action would have no effect on the results of the match where Wrestler 
A pinned Wrestler 8 These points would remain intact. (8-1-5) 
SITUATION #5: Wrestler A is leading by a score of 12-0. he then places his 
opponent in a pinning situation and the referee completes the five-second count 
for a three-point near fall. Shortly thereafter Wrestler A is guilty of an 
unsportsmanlike act. Is the one-point penalty given to Wrestler B and then the 
three-point penalty awarded to Wrestler A making the score 15-1 or is the three- 
point near fall awarded to A making it 1 5-0 which would give Wrestler A a technical 
fall over his opponent? 

RULING: When the referee stops the match following the unsportsmanlike 
conduct call he must go back to reconstruct the scoring and award the points as 
they were earned. In this situation Wrestler A would be awarded three points for a 
three-point near fall which would make the score 15-0. This would make Wrestler 
A the winner of teh match by a technical fall with a fifteen-point deferential, The 
unsportsmanlike act, therefore, occurred after the match and one-team point 
would be deducted- 

COMMENTS: When one wrestler has earned a fifteen-point advantage over his 
opponent the only way he could lose would be to be guilty of flagrant misconduct. 
Anytime flagrant misconduct occurs prior to leaving the mat it would have an effect 
of the outcome of the match. (5-2-7) 

SITUATION #6: Wrestler A has a thirteen-point lead and in the offensive position. 
Wrestler A places Wrestler 8 In a guillotine and turns him so that near fall criteria is 
met. The points have not yet been awarded when Wrestler A places his own 
shoulders on the mat for a period of two seconds. The referee at this time indicates 
a fall and stops the match. 

RULING: When this situation occurs you must go back and reconstruct the 
scoring as it actually occurred. Wrestler A is leading by thirteen points when he 
places Wrestler 8 into a near fall position. At this time, even though the points have 
not been awarded Wrestler A. he cannot lose the match except for flagrant 
misconduct. Wrestling shall continue until the situation is over and, in this case, 
the referee stops the match when heindecatesa pin by Wrestler B. However, when 
you reconstruct the points, this pin has no bearing on the final outcome of the 
match: (5-2-7). 



SITUATION #7: During a tournament, Wrestler A, out of frustration, (a) intentionally 
hits Wrestler B following an illegal hold by B; (b) following his fall over Wrestler 8, 
intentionally kicks 8 in the side; or (c) during a state qualifying tournament 
mtentionally bites Wrestler B because B repeatedly placed his hands in A's face 
during a pinning situation. 

RULING: In (a), it is flagrant misconduct which results in Wrestler A's 
disqualification in the match, his removal from the tournament and two team points 
deducted Wrestler B would be declared the winner of the contest. Wrestler A 
would be credited only with the advancement points and fall points earned prior to 
this match In (b). Wrestler A will be disqualified for flagrant misconduct, have two 
team points deducted and shall be removed from the tournament. There would be 
no winner of this contest. In (c), it is flagrant misconduct by Wrestler A which 
results in teh disqualification of A from the tournament plus a two-team point 
deduction, (7-4-3. 8-1-5) 

SITUATION #8: A contestant appears on the mat wearing knee pads that are 
multicolored. Is this a violation of the special equipment rule? 
RULING: This rule addresses itself to equipment which is not required to be worn 
by a contestant such as knee pads, face masks, knee braces, etc. The rule states 
that special equipment must be unadorned and multicolored knee pads would not 
be a violation of this rule. (4-3-1) 

SITUATION #9: During the referees's visit to the dressing room he notices one of 
the contestants wearing a properly cut one-piece uniform with biking shorts 
underneath extending almost to the knees. What is the correct procedure for the 
referee to follow? 

RULING: If a contestant decides to wear a properly cut one-piece uniform with at 
least a four-inch inseam at the legs this is permissible. If no tights are worn, 
however, a suitable undergarment shall be worn in addition to an athletic 
supporter. The biking shorts do not qualify as a suitable undergarment to be worn 
under a one-piece wrestling uniform. The referee needs to inform the contestant of 
this so that he can be in proper uniform when he reports to the mat. (4-1 -1) 
SITUATION #10: The coach and team from South High School report for first dual 
meet following the Christmas vacation and indicate to the host representative that 
they are ready tor teh weigh-ms. As the I03-pounders step on the scale the 
contestant from South High School weighs in at 104 and 1/2 pounds. The 
individual domgthe weight-in states to the coach of South High that his contestant 
is one and one-half pound overweight. The coach asks how this can be when they 
should be granted a two-pound growth allowance. 

RULING: The rule change this year does not allow for a growth allowance. 
Throughout the entire season, with the exception of consecutive days of 
competition, scratch weight will be in effect. This particular individual would have 
the remainder of the weigh-in period to make 103 pounds, 
SITUATION #11: The coach from School A calls the coach from School 8 
indicating that for their dual meet scheduled for Thursday, everyone should be 
granted a one-pound allowance because of consecutive days of competition, The 
140-pounder from School A will be wrestling in a Junior Varsity match on 
Wednesday night and will be wrestling with the Varsity or Thursday night. Should 
the one-pound allowance be granted for all wrestlers? 

RULING: The rule states that when there are consecutive days of team 
competition there shall be a one-pound allowance granted for all wrestlers. In this 
situation we do not have consecutive days of team competition only individual, 
therefore no one-pound allowance shall be granted. (5-5-4) 
SITUATION #12: Is the back bow a new illegal hold? 

RULING: The back bow has always been an illegal hold because you are forcing 
the body beyond its normal limits of movement. It has now been specifically listed 
under "Illegal Holds" in order to draw more attention to it. There is also a 
photograph in the back of the Wrestling Rules Book where the hold is visually 
defined. The back bow is illegal when pressure is parallel to the long axis of the 
body, (7-1-50) 



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RULE INTERPRETATIONS PART II 




PUBLICATIONS CORRECTIONS 

CASE BOOK 

Page 61 . 8,1 .2 Situation B; At the end of the ninth line change "team point" to 
"match point," 

SITUATION #13: In reviewing the scoring for a dual meet the coach of Team A 
found that six points were given to Team B when his 140-pounders lost by a 
technical fall. He also noticed that in the 1 52-pound class that five points had been 
awarded for a superior decision The match had been over for approximately two 
hours when the coach of Team A discovered this error Does he have any recourse 
as far as the team score is concerned? 

RULING: This would be a clerical error and, m dual meet competition, can be 
corrected when detected. Obviously the scorer of the match was using last year's 
rules book for the team point value on a technical fall and a superior decision. This 
rule has been changed and for dual meets a fall, forfeit, default or disqualification 
earns six team points, a technical fall five team points, a major decision (8-14) 
earns four points, a decision by fewer than eight points earns three team points 
and a draw earns two team points. {6-6-5, 9-2-2) 

SITUATION #1 4: In a tournament match the first six minutes ends in a tie. Wrestler 
A. during the regular match, is warned for stalling, is penalized for stalling and is 
penalized for two different illegal holds. During the first period of the overtime 
Wrestler A is again called for stalling and the referee indicates a warning to 
Wrestler A The coach of Wrestler B immediately goes to the scorer's table and 
asks to visit with the referee. 

RULING: A match is now defined as from the start of the first period until the 
conclusion of wrestling. The overtime is now an extension of the regular match 
and all points, penalties, cautions, warnings and injury time are cumulative 
throughout the regular match and overtime period Therefore the coach of 
Wrestler B states that Wrestler A should be disqualified according to the penalty 
chart. The referee agrees that a rule was misapplied and that Wrestler B would be 
the winner of the contest because Wrestler A is disqualified, {5-4-1, 10-4-3) 
SITUATION #15; In the first round of an invitational wrestling tournament the 
125-pounder from North High School reports to the mat wearing a knee brace that 
has excessive padding and wrapping around it. The coach of the contestant has a 
letter with him from a doctor indicating that this mdividual is allowed to wear a knee 
brace. What is the jurisdiction of the referee in this situation'' 
RULING: It is legal to wear a knee brace and compete in high school wrestling. The 
rule simply states that any equipment which is hard and/or abrasive must be 
covered and padded The rule also states that is must permit normal movement of 
the joints and cannot prevent one opponent from applying normal holds. If. in the 
referee's opinion, a knee brace that is wrapped so that it is very large and bulky and 
would be a disadvantage to one opponent, he shall rule it to be illegal regardless of 
any doctors statement that is presented. The referee is the one that makes the 
judgement call on any knee brace and his decision must fit the guidelines as 
presented in the rules. (4-3-1) 

SITUATION #16: A wrestler weighs in for tournament competition but. prior to his 
competing, be is injured and unable to wrestle Would his opponent receive a bye 
or would he receive a forteif 

RULING: A contestant is considered to be on the bracket when he makes weight at 
the weigh-in. therefore in this situation, the wrestler whose opponent is injured 
would receive a forfeit. (5-3-5) 

SITUATION #17: Both wrestlers start down on the mat with Wrestler A in control 
Both wrestlers then come to their feet and Wrestler B turns and is able to pick up 
the teg of Wrestler A. With the following situations occurring what should be the 
call and when should it be called: (a) time expires, (b) the two wrestlers go 
out-of-bounds, (c) Wrestler B gams control down on the mat, (d) Wrestler A gains 
control on the mat. (e) the wrestlers totally separate. 

RULING: In (a), you would have one point scored for Wrestler B. (b) one point 
would be scored for Wrestler B, (c) two points would be awarded to Wrestler B for a 
reversal, (d) no points would be earned by either contestant because there was no 
change, (e) one point would be awarded Wrestler B for an escape. (5-1-2) 
SITUATION #18: When you arrive at the site to officiate a contest you find upon 
inspection of the mat area that the team benches are not adjacent to the officials' 
table. They are on opposite sides of the mat and ten feet from the edge of the mat. Is 
this a permissible configuration? 

RULING: In dual meet competition the team bench should be at least ten feet from 
the wrestling area and at least ten feet from the officials' table By placing the team 
bench area on opposite sides of the mat you are not in violation of this article. 
(2-2-1) 

SITUATION #19: If you have an official show up for your wrestling contest and he 
indicates to you that he does not feel comfortable wearing the red and green 
armbands and therefore will not be using them what steps should you follow? 
RULING: The red and green armbands are required equipment by the referee the 
same as all other required equipment. If an official shows up and does not wish to 
follow the rules this should be reported to your state association office. (3-1-1) 
SITUATION #20: Is it permissible to have stick-ons placed on a wrestlers 
headgear"? Would this be a violation of Rule 4-3-1 where it states all special 
equipment must be unadorned? 

RULING: The headgear is considered as required equipment and therefore Rule 
4-3-1 would have no application. Stickers can be placed on the headgear as long 
as they do not relate to something that was unsportsmanlike in nature. (4-3-1) 



SITUATION #21 : Wrestler A is ahead by a score of 1 0-0 when he lifts Wrestler B in 
the air and the buzzer sounds to end the match. At this time Wrestler A either 
intentionally or accidentally slams Wrestler B to the mat, 

RULING: When you have your opponent off of the mat you are responsible for his 
safe return. If Wrestler A is in the middle of the action as the buzzer sounds it would 
simply by ruled as a slam and the individual slammed would have recovery time if 
necessary to determine his ability to continue wrestling. If there was no injury then 
you would simply have a penalty for the slam itselfand the match would conclude 
with Wrestler A the winner by a score of 10-1 If. however. Wrestler B was injured 
and not able to continue after two minutes recovery time then he would become 
the winner of the match because of the slam. If, however, the referee interprets this 
situation to be intentional which would put it under the flagrant misconduct ruling, 
then obviously Wrestler A would be disqualified and Wrestler B would become the 
winner of the match (7-1-1, 7-4-3, 8-1-5) 

SITUATION #22: Two wrestlers in the 125-pound weight class have just started 
their second match of a tournament when the tournament director discovers that 
one of the contestants has not had a full 45-minute rest period 
RULING: In this circumstance there had been a misapplication of Rule 1-2-3, 
therefore this second match would be stopped and the proper rest period allowed. 
(6-6-6) 

SITUATION #23: A semi-final match ends in a tie and the overtime match also 
ends in a tie with a final score of 5-5 After the referee evaluated the match results 
he awarded the match to Wrestler A based on Criterion #1 After the contestants 
had left the mat area but prior to either wrestler competing m the next round of 
competition the coach of Wrestler B brings to the attention of the head official that 
Wrestler A had been warned for stalling in the overtime period and the referee of 
the match had not considered this in his evaluation Can the results of the match be 
altered so that Wrestler B would become the winner based on this finding? 
RULING: Rule 6-6-3 states that an error on the part of the referee in tournament 
competition must be corrected prior to the offended contestant having left the mat 
area In this situation we do have a correctable error but once the offended 
contestant leaves the mat area it cannot be corrected The original decision by the 
referee must stand even though later is was found to be incorrect (6-6-3), 
SITUATION #24: Is the leg block illegal when the kick is behind the knee and not at 
the side, 

RULING: The leg block or cut back is illegal regardless of where you strike your 
opponent's leg or knee (7-1 -5m) 

SITUATION #25: The score in the match is Wrestler A- 1 3, Wrestler B-0. From the 
neutral position Wrestler A takes Wrestler B straight to his back, placing B in a near 
fall situation. When should the match be stopped? 

RULING: With Wrestler A leading by a score of 13-0, as soon as Wrestler A takes 
Wrestler B to the mat and earns his two-point takedown the match is stopped. As 
soon as the two points for the takedown are awarded Wrestler A has earned a 
fifteen-point advantage, therefore the match could not continue. (5-2-7) 



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1988-89 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASKETBALL 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS PART II 




PUBLICATIONS CORRECTIONS 



CASE BOOK 

Page 54 - Play 7.4, Last line ' 



IS from the spot of Ms throw-m " 



SITUATION #17; A1 is dribbling in the backcoutl and is having difficulty getting the 

ball across the division line before the I0-second count runs out. A2 is near the 

end line in A'sfrontcourtand can see Al is having trouble, A2 requests a time-out 

from the lead official. The lead official sounds the vi/histle for a time-out and almost 

at the same mstant, the trail official sounds the whistle for a lO-second backcourt 

violation. 

RULING: The two acts cannot be administered as having occurred at the same 

time. Either the violation occurred first, or the time-out was first and no violation is 

called. The officials will confer to determine which happended first. (2-6 Oues. 2) 

SITUATION #18: Al is still at Team A"s bench following a time-out and the official 

places the bail at the line fore free throw Al requests a time-out in order to prevent 

a violation. Following the time-out, Al responds and enters the semicircle as the 

official prepares to administer the free throw A2 and A3 have taken positions 

along the lane, but A4 and A5 remain off the court on Team A's bench. 

RULING: A technical foul is charged to Team A as soon as it is recognized that all 

Team A players did not return to the court at approximately the same time. A4 and 

A5 are not required to assume any particular position, but they must return to the 

court with their teammates {10- 1 -9) 

SITUATION #19: The administering official has given alt signals and instructions 

and IS ready to put the ball at Al "s disposal. Al and teammates are having a brief 

conference just outside the 3-point line. The official places the ball at the line and 

begins the free throw count. The coach of Team A recognizes what has happened 

and signals for a time-out Al responds and requests a time-out. 

RULING: The time-out is granted (5-8-3a) 

SITUATION #20: The official has given all the required signals and instructions 

and is ready to administer the first of 2 free throws by Al . A2 and A3 continue to 

confer ]ust inside the 3-point line at the top of teh semicircle. The official hands the 

ball to Al. 

RULING: A2 and A3 have violated when the ball is placed at Al's disposal. The 

violation is called, thus cancelling Al's first free throw attempt The proper signals 

will be given and the 2nd free throw will be administered. {9-1-8 Pen. 1) 

SITUATION #21: A charged time-out is granted to Team A. The time-out is an 

excess time-out. The coach is Team A is charged with a technical foul as the 

official IS at the table reporting the time-out information. The scorer fails to notify or 

signal the official that the time-out is excessive until (a) after B1 has the ball but 

has not started the first try, or (b) after Bl 's first attempt is made 

RULING: In both (a) and (b). it is too late to charge Team A with a technical fould for 

the excessive time-out as the ball has become alive In (a) since the scorer 

signalled, the official should sound the whistle and readminister the free throw 

after conferring wit the scorer. In (b) the 2nd free throw is administered following 

the conference. In both cases Team B will have a throw-in at the division line, 

(10-1-7) 

SITUATION #22: During the designated spot throw-m, A2 passes the ball into the 

court where It (a) bounces off A2 who is m A'sfrontcourtand is first touched by A3 

in A's backcourt; or(b) is tapped by A2 in A'sfrontcourtand then touched by ASm 

As backcourt; or (c) touches the floor in As trontcourt and is controlled by A2 in 

A's backcourt 

RULING: In (a), (b) and (c), no violation has occurred as Team A did not have 

control m As trontcourt. There is no team control during a throw-m (4-12-6; 9-9) 

SITUATION #23: It is A's ball for an alternating possession throw-in to start the 2nd 

quarter Team A is still at the sideline bench area when the referee places the ball 

on the floor and begins the throw-in court- 81 steps out-of-bounds and grabs the 

ball. 

RULING: If the referee )udges that there was confusion, he or she would; sound the 

whistle, retrieve the ball from Bl , caution Bl to stay inbounds. and readminister the 

throw -in. However, if the referee )udges there was no confusion and Bl purposely 

grabbed the ball, a technical foul would be charged the same as if Bl interfered 

with the ball when Al had it out-of-bounds, (2-3; 10-3-8) 

SITUATION #24: The administering official has placed the ball on the floor and 

started the throw-m count using the procedure for resuming play. Team A is slow 

in returning to play following a time-out. Al recognizes the throw-m has started 

and he or she races to the spot out-of-bounds and releases the ball on a throw-m 

pass before the count reaches 5 seconds 

RULING: Legal procedure. Al is permitted to go out-of-bounds and make the 

throw-m even though the count starled while Al was still inbounds. (9-3-8) 



SITUATION #25: Al has the ball out-of-bounds for an end Ime throw-in following 

a 3- point field goal by the opponents. Al throws the ball inbounds and Bl kicks it. 

RULING: The violation results in another throw-in by A from anywhere along the 

end line Once Team A has the opportunity to run the end line, such privilege 

remains, unless the opponents foul and a free throw results, or the throw-m team 

fouls or violates (7-5-6) 

SITUATION #26: Al has the bail out-of-bounds along the end line opposite A's 

basket Al attempts a long pass to A2 but the ball in overthrown and goes directly 

through the basket without touching any player of either team, 

RULING: A throw-in violation by Al The ball is put in play by B for a designatea 

spot throw-m from the out-of-bounds spot where Al threw the pass, (7-5-2; 9-3-6) 

SITUATION #27: Al is dribbling in A's front-court near the division line, 81 slaps 

the ball and it rebounds oft Al 's leg and hits in backcourt The ball has spin on it 

and bounces back into A's trontcourt where Al dribbles again 

RULING: Even though Al never went to backcourt and did not touch the ball there. 

it is still a violation byAI the mstant the bail istouched.Team Awasmcontrolin A's 

trontcourt and Al was last to touch the ball there and was first to touch it after it had 

been m backcourt. (9-9) 

SITUATION #28: Al uses profanity toward an official and is charged with a 

technical foul; (a) just as the 1 st quarter ends, or (b) just as the 1 st half ends; or (c) in 

the hallway outside the team's dressing room between halves, 

RULING: In (a) and (b), the foul is not also charged to the head coach of Team A, but 

in (c) It IS, as Al is considered to be "bench personnel" m that situation Once the 

half hasendedand teams are on their way to. or in the dressing rooms, the coach is 

definitely responsible for their actions. In addition, it would be difficult to 

distinguish players from other squad members once they have left the court for the 

halftime intermission, (10-3-9b, 4d) 

SITUATION #29: Al is racing toward A's basket and jumps m the air while still 

outside the 3-point line While airborne. Al : (a) catches a pass; or (b) rebounds a 

missed shot In both situations, Al releases the ball on a try while still airborne and 

then lands well inside the 3-point line. The ball goes through the basket in both 

cases 

RULING: Al 's location is dictated by where he or she last touched the court prior 

to becoming airborne. In both (a) and (b). 3 points are scored. The fact that Al 

returned to the court in the 2-point area is not a factor (4-32-2; 5-2-1) 

SITUATION #30: Al and Bl jump at the center circle to start the game, Al taps the 

ball and Bl catches the ball before it touches the floor or one of the nonjumpers. 

RULING: Bl has violated, thus Team A will have a throw-in Thisthow-m is not an 

alternating possession throw-in. Since Bl actually caught the ball, control was 

established for purposes of setting the alternating possession arrow. The arrow is 

set in the direction of A's basket and Team A will be given the first opportunity for a 

throw-m when an alternating possession situation occurs. (4-3a; 6-3-1; 6-4-7c) 

SITUATION #31: A5 commits his or her 5th personal foul and is disqualified. A 

substitution is made within the allotted 30 seconds, but Team A players 

congregate near the bench to get instructions after A6 has been beckoned onto 

the court 

RULING: The official should resume play by putting the normal procedure into 

effect Resuming play after replaement of a disqualified player is no different than 

any other situation. (7-5-1.8-1-1) 

SITUATION #32: Al taps the ball toward A2 on the jump to start the game Both A2 

and Bl attempt to control the ball The scorer's view of the play is partially blocked, 

but he or she judges 81 gained control momentarily and then had the bail taken 

away by A2 The scorer sets the arrow pointing toward As basket. After some 

subsequent action. A2 passes to A3 who scores. The coach of Team 8 goes to the 

table and requests a time-out for a conference to possibly correct an alternating 

possession arrow mistake. 

RULING: The officials will have to determine if Bl had momentary control or not. If 

81 had control, the time-out remains charged. However, if Bl did not have control, 

the arrow is reversed and the time-out is not charged. In either case, play resumes 

immediately from the point of interruption. (5-8-5 Exp. 4) 

SITUATION #33: Al is making a designated spot throw-in from the sideline near 

the division line. A2 lobs the throw-in pass toward A2 who is near the opposite 

sideline. 81 leaps from his or her trontcourt and intercepts the pass. Bl returns to 

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immediately step into backcourt, 

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trontcourt or backcourt is not a factor. In (b) it is a violation. Once both feet have 

touched down m trontcourt any touching of the backcourt is a violation in this 

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VOL. LI, NO. 7 



FEBRUARY, 1989 



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MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

January 21, 1989 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Executive East, Louisville, Kentucky, 
on Saturday morning, January 21, 1989. The meeting w/as 
called to order by President Tom Buchanan at 9:00 a.m. 
Present were all Board members. Commissioner Tom Mills, 
Executive Assistant Billy Wise, Assistant Commissioners 
Brigid DeVries and Louis Stout and Sports Information 
Director Julian Tackett. Mr. Harry Loy, representing the State 
Department of Education was also present. The invocation 
was given by Mr. Charles Henry. 

Pearl Lefevers made a motion that the minutes of the 
December 2-3,1 988, meeting be approved. Huston DeHaven 
seconded the motion, which carried unanimously. 

Sam Chandler made a motion, seconded by Charles Henry, 
that the minutes of the East Eligibility Committee Meeting be 
approved. The motion passed unanimously. 

Huston DeHaven moved that the West Eligibility Committee 
Meeting minutes be approved. Charles Henry seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Sam Chandler made a motion, seconded by Pearl Lefevers, 
that the bills of the Association for the period December 1 
through December 31 be approved. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

President Buchanan called on Phillip Bell, spokesman for 
the Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches Association, 
who had asked to speak to the Board of Control regarding a 
possible proposal to improve high school baseball in the 
state. The highlight of the proposal is to extend the regular 
season one week. Following a discussion of the matter. Pearl 
Ray Lefevers made a motion, seconded by Marvin Moore, that 
the proposal be turned over to the All-Sports Committee for 
consideration. The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Buchanan, Chairman of the Investigative Procedure 
Committee, shared some of the ideas the committee is 
working on and advised the Board that they are in the process 
of drafting a procedure for consideration of the Board for 
investigating transfer cases which have been appealed. 

Commissioner Mills then discussed with Board members 
several proposals to be considered by the 1989 Delegate 
Assembly. A discussion ensued with regard to the Board's 
proposing a change to By-Law 3, Age. The proposal, if 
passed by the Delegate Assembly, would allow any student 
who reaches the age of 19 on or after August 1 to remain 
eligible for interscholastic athletics for the entire school year. 
Charles Henry made a motion, seconded by Tony dinger, 
that Mr. Mills present the proposals to the Delegate Assembly 
for consideration. The motion carried by a vote of 8 in favor of 
the motion and 3 opposed. 

Executive Assistant Wise reported that $373,265 in ticket 
sales has been received through this date for the Boys State 
Basketball Tournament. This figure is approximately $37,450 
over the amount received for the corresponding date in 1 988. 
Advanced ticket sales for the Girls State Basketball 
Tournament has netted $14,164 to date, approximately 
$5,230.00 less than last year's receipts at this time. 

President Buchanan appointed a committee to study the 
procedure for the sale of state basketball tournament tickets. 
This committee is to be chaired by Ken Tippett. 



Sandy Allen, Chairman of the Trophy Presentation 
Committee, discussed with Board members the procedure 
established for presenting the State Basketball Tournament 
trophies. 

President Buchanan appointed a committee to make 
recommendations for the annual evaluation of the K.H.S.A.A. 
staff. Members of the committee will be David Points, 
Chairman, Sam Chandler, Tony dinger and Ken Tippett. 

Executive Assistant Wise distributed to the Board proposed 
specifications for the Reorganization of K.H.S.A.A. Officials 
Division. Following a lengthy discussion regarding this 
proposal, it was recommended that the schools receive a 
copy of this information for their input prior to a final decision 
being made by the Board of Control. 

Mr. Wise also distributed a Conflict of Interest Statement of 
Duties as it relates to the K.H.S.A.A. Officials' Division - 
Assigning Secretary. Ken Tippett made a motion, seconded 
by Marvin Moore, that this statement be added to the Official's 
Handbook and be effective immediately. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Executive Asst. Wise recommended to the Board that 
officials for the district and regional basketball tournaments 
be assigned in the same manner as for 1 988 - that being that 
officials will officiate within their region for the district 
basketball tournaments but will go outside their region for the 
regional tournaments, except in instances where the Local 
Policy Board requests otherwise. Marvin Moore made a 
motion, seconded by Ken Tippett, that the officials be 
assigned in this manner. The motion carried unanimously. 

Marvin Moore requested that the tabled motion regarding 
an additional complimentary boys basketball tournament 
ticket for basketball assigning secretaries be removed from 
the table. David Points seconded the motion. The motion as 
stated is that beginning in 1990 the Basketball Assigning 
Secretary from each region shall receive two (2) compli- 
mentary Boys State Basketball Tournament tickets. The 
motion passed by a vote of 6 in favor and 5 opposed. 

Upon the recommendation of Commissioner Mills, Marvin 
Moore made a motion, seconded by Charles Henry, that the 
Commissioner be empowered to grant each team that 
participated in the football playoffs $1,200.00 to help defray 
expenses. The motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills recommended that the K.H.S.A.A. 
survey schools to determine their interest in purchasing 
deductible insurance coverage through a statewide group 
plan. If such a plan is available, the schools would not only 
save on premiums, but it would provide the broadest possible 
coverage. Pearl Lefevers made a motion to accept 
Commissioner Mills recommendation to survey the schools. 
Sam Chandler seconded the motion which carried 
unanimously. 

Following a discussion of the present Appeals Procedure 
of the East and West Eligibility Committees, Commissioner 
Mills recommended that in the future the following procedure 
be adopted with regard to the special hearings: 

This is to acknowledge that as a party appealing the ruling 
of the Commissioner of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association, I/we have been fully advised of our rights to 
appeal before the full Board of Control with regards to the 
appeal. Upon proper consideration and advice I/we hereby 
waive the right to appear in front of the full Board and 
authorize the K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control Eligibility 
Committee to hear and reach a decision with respect to the 
matter. 

Minutes of the Board Meeting continued on Page 2. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1989 



FEBRUARY 1989 



VOL. LI, NO. 7 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926. 
Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant EdHor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant EdHor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Tom Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville; Vice- 
President - Sam Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville; Directors 
- Sandy Allen (1 988-1 992) Louisville, Huston DeHaven (1 987- 

1991) Hardinsburg, Charles Henry (1988-1992) 
Paducah, Pearl Ray Lefevers (1988-1992) Kettle Island. 
Charles Miller (1986-1990) Louisville, Marvin Moore (1988- 

1992) Morehead, Tony Olinger (1984-1989) Lexington, 
David Points (1988-1991) Mt. Sterling. Ken Tippett (1985- 
1989) Versailles, Liz Trabandt (1988-1991) Ashland; State 
Department of Education - Harry Ley, Frankfort. 

Subscription Rate $10.00 per year 

Minutes of the Board Meeting continued from Page 1. 

1/ we hereby agree to pay, in advance, all cost Incidental to 
such special hearing. I/we understand that if at all possible 
the special hearing shall be conducted within ten (10) 
working days from the date the written request is filed with 
the Commissioner. The Eligibility Committee will be 
composed of three or more members of the Board of Control 
and their ruling shall constitute a final and appealable ruling 
of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association in regards 
to the matter. 

Huston DeHaven moved to adopt the Commissioner's 
recommendation. Sandy Allen seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Mr. Wise presented a letter from Principal Lanny R. 
Woodward, requesting that South Hopkins High School be 
reinstated for the District football championship for 1 989-90. 
South Hopkins High School had voluntarily removed 
themselves from District play during the school year. 
Following a discussion, David Points made a motion that the 
request be denied. The motion was seconded by Ken Tippett 
and passed by a vote of 10-1. 

AssL Comm. Stout recommended to the Board that an 1 1 " 
Softball be used in the 1989 State Softball Tournament Tony 
Olinger moved to accept the recommendation. Pearl Lefevers 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

Mr. Stout also advised the Board that the State Soccer 
Committee recommends that the State Tournament for 1989 
be moved back one week. If approved the District 
Tournament will be played the week of October 23; the 
Regional Tournament will be played October 30-November 4; 
the Sectional Tournament November 6-7 and the State 
Tournament on November 9 & 11. Sandy Allen moved to 
accept this recommendation. David Points seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

SID Julian Tackett distributed a financial report of the State 
Football Playoffs held in November. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control will be held in 
Frankfort on Thursday, March 23, 1989 at 8:30 a.m. The 




meeting will be held in the State Board of Education 
Conference Room. 

Ken Tippett made a motion that the meeting be adjourned. 
Charles Henry seconded the motion which carried 
unanimously. 



APPEALS 
HEARINGS 

January 20, 1989 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Executive Inn in Louisville, Kentucky 
on Friday afternoon, January 20, 1989, for the purpose of 
hearing appeals. The meeting was called to order by 
President Tom Buchanan at 1 :00 p.m. Present were all Board 
members. Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy 
Wise, Assistant Commissioner Louis Stout and Sports 
Information Director Julian Tackett. Mr. Harry Loy, repre- 
senting the State Department of Education was also present 
The invocation was given by Mr. Sam Chandler. 

President Buchanan called on Mr. Randy Everly, Principal 
of Drakesboro High School who was representing Eric 
Arnold. Eric's mother, Priscilla, was also present. 
Commissioner Mills had ruled Eric ineligible to participate in 
interscholastic athletics due to the fact that he had 
participated in athletics at Hughes Kirk High School before 
transferring to Drakesboro High School and was subject to 
By-Law 6, Transfer Rule. Following Mr. Everly's appeal, 
comments made by Mrs. Everly and questions to them by the 
Board members, David Points made a motion that the Board 
waive By-Law 6, Transfer Rule and declare Eric eligible to 
participate in interscholastic athletics at Drakesboro High 
School. Liz Trabandt seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

The next appeal was presented by Mr. Roger Sullivan, on 
behalf of his son Sean. Sean had transferred from Covington 
Catholic High School to Scott High School and had been 
ruled ineligible by Commissioner Mills. Mr. Sullivan had 
requested a hearing before the Board to appeal the decision 
of the Commissioner as it relates to By-Law 6, Transfer Rule. 
Following Mr. Sullivan's appeal and a discussion thereof, 
Sandy Allen made a motion that the Board uphold the 
Commissioner's decision. Sam Chandler seconded the 
motion which passed by a vote of 9-3. 

President Buchanan then called on Bridget Bowlds, who 
had requested an appeal on behalf of her son Brandon. 
Brandon Bowlds had been ruled ineligible to participate in 
spring sports due to the fact that Brandon would become 
nineteen years of age on February 22 and the sports season 
begins March 1. Commissioner Mills had ruled Brandon 
ineligible under By-Law 3, Age. Following Mrs. Bowlds' 
presentation and a lengthy discussion thereof, Sandy Allen 
made a motion that the Board uphold the Commissioner's 
ruling in this case. Liz Trabandt seconded the motion which 
passed by a vote of 1 in favor of the motion and two opposed. 

The next appeal was presented by Mrs. Pam Pohlmann on 
behalf of her daughter Pam. Following her presentation and a 
discussion thereof, David Points made a motion, seconded by 
Charles Henry that the Board support the Commissioner's 
ruling and declare Pam ineligible to participate in athletics 
through the remainder of the 1 988-89 school year. The Board 
however, agreed unanimously to waive the rule for the first 
five weeks of the 1989-90 school year. 

Commissioner Mills then read a letter from Principal Philip 
Back, Dawson Springs High School requesting thatthe Board 
reinstate the eligibility of Tammy Holmes and Keli Cansler. 
These two athletes participated in a Jr. Pro basketball game 
and were ruled ineligible to participate in further games under 

Appeals Hearings continued on Page 3. 



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PAGE THREE 



Appeals Hearings continued from Page 2. 

By-Law 8. Huston DeHaven made a motion that these players 
be reinstated and that a letter of reprimand be sent to the 
Dawson Springs High School basketball coach. Ken Tippett 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

Charles Henry moved that the Board go into Closed 
Session to discuss possible legal matters. Huston DeHaven 



seconded the motion which passed unanimously. Charles 
Miller made a motion, seconded by Sam Chandler that the 
Board return to Open Session. The motion passed 
unanimously. 
There being no more appeals, the meeting was adjourned. 



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Heath 
Lone Oak 
Paducah Tilgtiman 
Reidland 

District 5 

Christian County 
Fort Campbell 
Hopkinsville 
Trigg County 
University Heights 

District 9 

Apollo 

Daviess County 
Owensboro 
Owensboro Catholic 



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REGION 1 



District 2 

Ballard Memorial 
Graves County 
St Mary 



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District 3 District 4 

Carlisle County Calloway County 

Fulton Marshall County 

Fulton County Mayfield 

Hickman County Murray 



REGION 2 



District 6 

Caldwell County 
Crittenden County 
Livingston County 
Lyon County 



REGION 3 



District 10 

Bremen 

Central City 

Drakesboro 

Graham 

Greenville 

Hughes-Kirk 

Muhlenberg Central 



District 7 

Dawson Springs 
Madisonville-North Hopkins 
South Hopkins 
West Hopkins 



District 11 

Breckinridge County 
Grayson County 
Hancock County 
St Romuald 



District 8 

Henderson County 
Providence 
Union County 
Webster County 



District 12 

Fordsville 
McLean County 
Ohio County 
Trinity (Whitesville) 



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REGION 4 




District 13 


District 14 




District 15 


District 16 


Butler County 


Bowling Green 




Allen County 


Clinton County 


Logan County 


Franklin-Simpson 




Barren County 


Cumberland County 


Russellville 


Warren Central 




Edmonson County 


Metcalf County 


Todd Central 


Warren East 




Glasgow 


Monroe County 






REGION 5 




District 17 


District 18 




District 19 


District 20 


East Hardin 


Caverna 




Bardstown 


Adair County 


EIrzabethtown 


Green County 




Bethlehem 


Campbellsville 


Fort Knox 


Hart County 




Nelson County 


Marion County 


Meade County 


LaRue County 




Washington County 


Taylor County 


North Hardin 










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REGION 6 




District 21 


District 22 




District 23 


District 24 


Central 


Butler 




Beth Haven 


DeSales 


Portland Christian 


Holy Cross (Louisv 


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Doss 


Iroquois 


Shawnee 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


Fairdale 


Southern 


Southwest Christian 


Western 




Valley 

REGION 7 




District 25 


District 26 




District 27 


District 28 


duPont Manual 


Atherton 




Fern Creek 


Ballard 


Male 


Christian Academy 




Jeffersontown 


Eastern 


Ninth & 


Seneca 




Moore 


Kentucky Country Day 


St. Xavier 


Trinity (Louisville) 


REGION 8 


Walden 


Waggener 


District 29 


District 30 




District 31 


District 32 


Bullitt Central 


Anderson County 




Carroll County 


Grant County 


Bullitt East 


Eminence 




Gallatin County 


Owen County 


North Bullitt 


Henry County 




Oldham County 


Scott County 


Spencer County 


Shelby County 


REGION 9 


Trimble County 


Walton -Verona 
Williamstown 


District 33 


District 34 




District 35 


District 36 


Boone County 


Bellevue 




Bishop Brossart 


Beechwood 


Conner 


Dayton 




Campbell County 


Covington Catholic 


Lloyd Memorial 


Holmes 




Highlands 


Dixie Heights 


St Henry 


Newport Central Catholic 


Scott 


Holy Cross 


Simon Kenton 




REGION 10 


Silver Grove 


Ludlow 


District 37 


District 38 




District 39 


District 40 


Bourbon County 


Augusta 




Fleming County 


Bath County 


Harrison County 


Bracken County 




Mason County 


Estill County 


Millerburg Military Institute 


Deming 




Maysville 


George Rogers Clark 


Nicholas County 


Pendleton County 




St Patrick 


Montgomery County 


Paris 






Tollesboro 


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District 42 


REGION 11 

District 43 


Frankfort 


Bryan Station 




Berea 


Franklin County 


Henry Clay 




Madison 


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Western Hills 


Lafayette 




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Lexington Catholic 




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Tates Creek 


REGION 12 


Madison Southern 


District 44 


District 45 




District 46 


District 47 


Boyle County 


Burgin 




McCreary Central 


Casey County 


Danville 


Harrodsburg 




Monticello 


Laurel County 


Garrard County 


Jessamine County 




Russell County 


Pulaski County 


Lincoln County 


Mercer County 
Western Anderson 




Wayne County 


Somerset 






REGION 13 




District 48 


District 49 




District 50 


District 51 


Clay County 


Barbourville 




Bell County 


Cawood 


Jackson County 


Corbin 




Middlesboro 


Cumberland 


Oneida Baptist Institute 


Knox Central 




Pineville 


Evarts 


Rockcastle County 


Lynn Camp 
Whitley County 
Williamsburg 




Red Bird 


Harlan 



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REGION 14 




District 52 


District 53 


District 54 


District 55 


Fleming-Neon 


Buckhorn 


Breahitt County 


Lee County 


Jenkins 


Dilce Combs 


Cordia 


Owsley County 


June Buchanan 


Hazard 


Jackson 


Powell County 


Letcher 


Leslie 


Knott Central 


Wolfe County 


Whitesburg 


M.C. Napier 


Riverside Christian 

REGION 15 




District 56 


District 57 


District 58 


District 59 


Johnson Central 


Allen Central 


Dorton 


Belfry 


Magoffin County 


Betsy l^yne 


Millard 


Elkhorn City 


Paintsville 


McDowell 


Mullins 


Feds Creek 


Sheldon Clark 


Prestonsburg 


Pikeville 


Johns Creek 


Wheelwright 


Wheelwright 


Virgie 

REGION 16 


Phelps 


District 60 


District 61 


District 62 


District 63 


Menifee County 


East Carter 


Fairview 


Boyd County 


Morgan County 


Lewis County 


Greenup County 


Lawrence County 


Rowan County 


West Carter 


Raceland 
Russell 


Paul Blazer 



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STATE GOLF 
COMMITTEE MEETING 

Januatv 16, 1989 



The State Golf Committee for the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association melon Monday, January 16, 1989,atthe 
Association office in Lexington. The meeting was called to 
order by Brigid DeVries, Assistant Commissioner, at 10:00 
a.m. Attending the meeting were Lou Brown, Ernie Denham, 
Marty Donlon, Joe Freshley, Bill Frost Cathy Gullett and Larry 
Schmidt 

All information for State and Regional Tournaments was 
reviewed and minor changes were made for the current 
season. The Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
announced that the Boys' State Tournament would be held at 
Lincoln Trail Country Club, Vine Grove and the Girls' 
Tournament will be at the Elizabethtown Country Club, 
Elizabethtown, Kentucky. Date for the Regionals: May 22-24, 
1 989. Date for the State: May 31 -June 1 , 1 989. 

In 1 990 the Boys' and Girls' State Golf Tournament will be 
moved to the fall. The Golf Committee made a proposal 
regarding season play and dates for the Regional and State 
Tournaments for 1990. This proposal will be submitted to the 
Board of Control for discussion and approval. If was felt that 
fall golf will enable the Committee to better solicit sites for the 
Regional and State Tournaments. 

Larry Schmidt suggested that area rules clinics might help 
the high school coaches become more knowledgeable 
about the Rules of Golf. He indicated the Kentucky Golf 
Association would assist in helping set up the clinics. One 
suggestion was to have a combined rules clinic and golf 
coach's tournament 

The next item for discussion included suggestions for 
tournament play. Ernie Denham recommended that college 
coaches were a good source for marshals and for rules 
committee personnel for both regional and state tourna- 
ments. Marty Donlon and Larry Schmidt suggested exploring 
the possibility of scheduling a golf clinic following the first 
day of play at both the Boys' and Girls' State Tournaments. 
Larry was directed to explore this idea further through 
corporate sponsorship and the Kentucky Golf Association. 

Cathy Gullett proposed that teams be allowed to designate 
five golfers and play four for both regional and state 
tournament play, effective in 1 990. Committee members were 
unanimous in their support for this proposal. This suggestion 
will be referred to the All-Sports Committee of the Board of 
Control for consideration. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



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1989 STATE TENNIS 
COMMITTEE MEETING 



The State Tennis Committee met on Tuesday, January 1 7, 
1 989, at the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Office 
in Lexington. Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries 
called the meeting to order at 1 :30 p.m. Committee members 
present included Nonnie Hopper, Cliff Richardson, Becky 
Watson, David Rogers, Terry Johnson. Todd Metcalf, Joe 
Kroh, Mary Robinson and Marita Thelen. Absent were Wilson 
Sears, Bill Gooden and Jerry Johns. 

The first item on the agenda was a discussion of regional 
tournaments. It was decided that the runnerup in doubles will 
advance from the Regional to the State Tournament It was 
also recommended that in the case of a tie for the team 
championship, the playoff shall be scheduled immediately 
after regional play, except in the case of inclement weather or 
darkness. A brief rest period may be designated if necessary 
by the Regional Manager. This procedure is currently 
followed at the State Tournament 

Suggestions were made by committee members with 
regards to the Regional Tournament Managers for regional 
sites not secured at this time. The dates of the Regional 
Tournaments are listed on the school calendar as the week of 
May 15, 1989. As in the past May 13 & 14 may be used if 
necessary. The Board of Control approved splitting the 
Richmond Region into two regions at their last meeting held 
in November. Committee members were asked to look at the 
Elizabethtown Region for possible adjustments and report 
back to the committee at the next meeting. 

The next item on the Agenda was the State Tennis 
Tournament The dates for the 1 989 Tournament are June 1 , 
2, and 3, and will be held at the University of Kentucky in 
Lexington. The committee reviewed the state information and 
made some minor changes. It was felt that information 
regarding the team playoff procedure in the case of a tie 
should be added to the State Information. 

The committee made suggestions regarding the seeding 
committee for the State Tournament It was felt that last year's 
committee did an excellent job in determining the seeded 
players for the 1 988 tournament 

Cliff Richardson from Atherton High School was asked to 
chair a subcommittee to develop criteria for determining an 
All-State Tennis Team. People interested in working on this 
project are asked to contact him with their suggestions. Joe 
Kroh reported that the "Prince" Academic All-American 
Program would be in place again for the 1989 season. 

1989 State Tennis Committee Meeting continued on Page 9. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1989 



PAGE SIX 



1988 Boys' State-At-Large 

Champion 

HENRY CLAY HIGH SCHOOL 




FRONT ROW: (L to R) Elizabeth Parker, Cheryl Long, Beth Lynn Wagner, Stacy Torstrick. SECOND ROW: 
(L to R) MItzl Finn, Angle Rice, Joyce Sasson, Tamml Balr. BACK ROW: (L to R) Karen Harris, Lisa Carr, 
Monica Williams, Dana Newsome, Laura Combs, Amy Liebermen, Karen Thompson. 



1988 Girls' State-At-Large 

Champion 

CLINTON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 




KNEELING: (L to R) Angle Melton, Angle Parrlgln. STANDING: (L to R) Marti Helms, Dana Daniels, 
Heather Smith, Dee Hicks, Sonya Felklns, Amanda Widau, Angle Ferguson, Sharia Campbell, Marsha 
Cole. 



From The Commissioner's Office [Ml@71^ ® (^(y]@?i 



BOYS COACHES NOT ATTENDING BASKETBALL CLINIC 

The following boys' basketball coaches did not attend a regular clinic as 
of February 16, and will not be permitted to coach in K.H.S.A.A. post 
season championship play until attending an approved make-up clinic -- 
Highview Baptist - Larry Smith; Millersburg Military Institute - Ed Allin; 
Walden - Jorge I. Oclander 

GIRLS COACHES NOT ATTENDING BASKETBALL RULES CLINIC 

The following girls' basketball coaches did not attend a regular clinic as 
of February 16, and will not be permitted to coach in K.H.S.A.A. post 
season championship play until attending an approved make-up clinic -- 
Christian Academy-Louisville; Evangel Christian - Laura Caddy; Evarts - 
Earl Rogers; Jackson City; Millard - Margaret Ellison; Red Bird - David 
Waybright; St. Patrick - Danny McKay; St. Romuald - Janice Graves; Walden 
- Michelle Palmer 

REMINDER TO SCHOOLS CONCERNING LIMITATION OF SEASONS 

All schools are reminded of the Limitation of Seasons Rules, K.H.S.A.A. 
By-Law 27, as it applies to competition after the conclusion of the 
regular season. ALL SPORTS are affected by this rule, which states that 
following the teams' last regular season match, there shall be no further 
practice or play as a team for the remainder of the school year, with the 
exception of the K.H.S.A.A. tournament. Please be sure your coaches are 
aware of this important rule, and that they are not involved in coaching 
the team in an outside league, or other competition. For the high school 
coach, be they the Head Coach or an assistant coach, to coach members of 
the high school team in a league outside of the school's legal regular 
season competition, regardless of the type of league, would be a violation 
of the rules governing the Limitation of Seasons. 

ATI, INC TO BEGIN NEW CONCEPT IN FOOTBALL HELMET TECHNOLOGY 

Athletic Technology, Inc. has begun a new aggressive format in the 
manufacturing, selling, fitting, reconditioning, replacing and servicing 
of football helmets. With home offices to be located in Vienna, West 
Virginia, this new company hopes to continue to emphasize the safety needs 
of football players, while at the same time offering a value plan for the 
member schools who choose to join. Bill Hani in, long time Commissioner of 
the West Virginia Secondary School Activities Association, has now been 
hired as the Executive Director of the company and brings his years of 
experience in the field to the new position. If you would like further 
details concerning this company, contact ATI for an informational brochure 
at (304)375-5824, or write to 431 Victoria Avenue, Williamstown, WV, 
26187. 

NEWPORT SEEKS BASKETBALL COACH 

The Newport Board of Education is now accepting applications for the Boys' 
Head Basketball Coaching position. Applications for this position will be 
taken until March 24,0 1989 and should be directed to Jim Weyer, Athletic 
Director, 301 East Eighth Street, Newport, KY 41071. 



OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

Many schools are working on 1989 football schedules with consideration for 
two year contracts to cover the remainder of the alignment period (1989 
and 1990). With this in mind, please submit your open dates to this 
office so that we may again compile a list to assist you in scheduling. 
Please submit these open dates in writing and include 1) the game date 
desired, and 2) a contact name and daytime phone number. 



Week 
Week 



Week 



Week 



Week 



Week 



Week 



Week 



One (August 18) - Fleming-Neon, contact David Jones 
(606)855-7597. Pineville, contact Tim Saylor (606)337-2361. 

Two (August 25) - Bardstown, contact Coach Garni s Martin 
(502)348-5913. Christian County, contact Coach Dan Goble 
(502)887-1121. Dixie Heights, contact Don Afterkirk, Athletic 
Director (606)341-7650. Ironton (OH), contact Mike Burcham, A.D. 
(614)532-3911. Shelby County, contact Rod Cloyd, Athletic 
Director (502)633-2443. Tates Creek, contact Assistant Coach Joe 
Ruddell, (606)272-1513. Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob Rose, 
(606)549-1915, 3800, or 1737. 

Dayton, contact Stan Steidel 

Simpson, contact Walter Heath 

City, Jefferson City, Missouri. 

7171; Notre Dame, Portsmouth, OH. 

(614)353-4255. Waggener, contact Jack 

(502)454-8340. Williamsburg, contact Coach 

3800, or 1737. 

1989 - Fleming-Neon, contact David Jones 

Meridian in Indianapolis is seeking a game 

They are Indiana Class 5A (approximately 



Three (September 1) 1989 
(606)261-4357. Franklin 
(502)586-3273. Jefferson 
Contact Pete Adkins (314)636 
Contact Randy Martin 
Jacobs or Don Ludwig 
Bob Rose, (606)549-1915, 
Four (September 8), 
(606)855-7597. Perry 
with a Kentucky school 
1500 students, top three grades). Desire home game in 1989, road 
game in 1990. Contact Noah Ellis, (317)882-4229. Providence, 
Clarksville, Indiana. Contact Bob Fields, A.D. (812)945-2538. 
Whitley County, contact Principal Virgil Chambers (606)549-1360. 

Five (September 15) 1989 - Christian County, contact Coach Dan 
Goble (502)887-1121. Dayton, contact Stan Steidel 
(606)261-4357. Donelson Christian Academy (central Tennessee), 
Jefferson City, Jefferson City, Missouri. Contact Pete Adkins 
(314)636-7171. Pineville, contact 
(606)337-2361. 

Six (September 22) 
A.D. (502)597-2151. 
contact Coach Bill 
away), contact Phil 
Wayne Mullen (502)726- 

Seven (September 
(606)236-7957, or (606)236-5437. 
Missouri. Contact Pete Adkins 
Tim Saylor, A.D. (606)337-2361. 
Rose, (606)549-1915, 3800, or 1737. 

Eight (October 6) 1989 - Amelia (OH), approximately 15 miles SE 
of Cincinnati, contact Tom Carr (513)753-5120. Christian County, 
contact Coach Dan Goble (502)887-1121. Elkhorn City, contact 
Jerry Childers, Athletic Director (606)754-7417 or 9098. Jefferson 
City, Jefferson City, Missouri. Contact Pete Adkins 
(314)636-7171. LaRue County (would prefer home), contact Phil 
Eason (502)358-9200. 



1989 - Edmonson County, 
Harpeth, Kingston 
Cox (615)797-2811. 

Eason (502)358-9200 
-8421. 



Tim Saylor, A.D. 

contact Gary Meredith, 

Springs, Tennessee, 

LaRue County (would prefer 

Russellville, contact 



29) 1989 



Danville, contact Sam Harp 

Jefferson City, Jefferson City, 

(314)636-7171. Pineville, contact 

Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob 



OPEN FOOTBALL DATES (Continued) 

Week Nine (October 13) 1989 - Jefferson City, Jefferson City, 
Missouri. Contact Pete Adkins (314)636-7171. Morrow Little Miami 
High School, just outside of Cincinnati, approximately 530 in top 
three grades. Contact Rob Blanton (513)899-3781. Pineville, 
contact Tim Saylor, A.D. (606)337-2361. Russell, contact Jerry 
Klaiber, A.D. (606)836-9650. St. Xavier (Cincinnati), 
(approximately 1200 boys), contact Ross Butler, A.D. (513)761-7600, 
ext. 601. Robert A. Taft, Cincinnati, OH. Contact Raymond 
Spicher, A.D. (513)381-0890. 

Week Ten (October 20) 1989 - Bardstown, contact Coach Garni s Martin 
(502)348-5913. Ironton (OH), contact Mike Burcham, A.D. 
(614)532-3911. 

Week Eleven (October 27) 1989 - LaRue County (would prefer home), 
contact Phil Eason (502)358-9200. 

Week Twelve (November 3) 1989 - Edmonson County, contact Gary 
Meredith, A.D. (502)597-2151. Shelby County, contact Rod Cloyd, 
Athletic Director (502)633-2443. 

SCHEDULE OF MEDICAL SYMPOSIUMS 

The following is the schedule of the Medical Symposiums required by the 
State Department of Education for all Head Coaches in K.H.S.A.A. 
sanctioned sports. A letter is being sent to all schools informing them 
of this important change approved recently by the State Board of 
Education. This new regulation requires semi-annual attendance at one of 
the approved Medical Symposiums. THESE SEMINARS HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH 
THE CPR REQUIREMENT. THEY ARE A COMPLETELY SEPERATE REOUIREMENT. 
Beginning this year, bi-annual attendance is required. If you attended a 
seminar in 1988, you do not need to attend a 1989 symposium. The schedule 
for this year is as follows -- 

April 22 - University of Louisville (502)637-3636, Dr. Raymond Shea, 

Suite 150, Audobon Medical Plaza, 40217 
May 20 - Surgical Center, Elizabethtown (502)737-5200, George 

Hosfield, Surgical Center, 708 Westpost Road, 42701 
July 1 - University of Kentucky, Lexington (606)257-3232, J. Michael 

Ray, Orthopaedic Surgery, University Medical Plaza, Rose 

Street, 40536-0223. 
June 10 - Murray-Calloway Hospital, Murray (502)753-5131, Ms. Kathie 

Pierce, Health-Promotions, 803 Poplar Street, 42071 
June 17 - Trover Clinic, Madisonville (502)825-7200, Dr. James Bowles, 

Clinic Drive, 42431 
July 22 - Bourbon County Hospital, Paris. Program Chairman - Dr. J. 

Michael Ray, Orthopaedic Surgery, University Medical Plaza, 

Rose Street, 40536-0223. 
July 15 - Kentucky Wesleyan College, Owensboro (502)683-2441, Dr. Wm. 

McManus, P.O. Box 1441, Owensboro, 42301. 
July 21/22- Northern KY University. Mike Miller, Sports Medicine, St. 

Elizabeth Hospital, 401 East 20th, Covington, 41014. 
July 15 - Ashland. Dr. Garner Robinson, M.D. 700 13th Street, 

Ashland, KY 41101. 
July 22 - Paintsville. Mary L. Ireland, M.D. (606)276-5266. 1800 

South Limestone, Suite 101, Lexington, 40503. 



A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1988-89 

With the enforcement of the N.C.A.A. Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 
important to keep up with the test dates for the American College Testing 
Assessment (ACT test), and the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT test). 
For the remainder of this school year, the ACT schedule is as follows: 

Test Date Regular Postmark Deadline Late Deadline 

04/15/89 03/17/89 04/04/89 

06/10/89 05/12/89 05/30/89 

For the remainder of this school year, the SAT schedule is as follows: 

Test Date Registration Deadline 

03/11/89 02/03/89 

05/06/89 03/31/89 

06/03/89 04/28/89 

CONGRATULATIONS TO JIM WATKINS. SOUTHERN HIGH SCHOOL 

Congratulations to Jim Watkins, Athletic Director at Southern High School has 
he has been recognized by the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators 
Association as a Certified Athletic Administrator, To earn this distinction, 
Watkins has demonstrated the highest level of knowledge and expertise in the 
field of interscholastic athletic administration. The voluntary certification 
process included a thorough evaluation of the candidate's educational 
background, experience and professional contributions as well as a rigorous, 
comprehensive written examination. Watkins is one of 97 interscholastic 
athletic administrators nationwide to attain this level of professionalism in 
1988. The NIAAA is a national professional organization consisting of all 50 
state athletic administrators associations, and more than 5000 individual 
members. It is dedicated to promoting the professional growth of high school 
athletic administrators and preserving the educational nature of 
interscholastic athletics and the place of these programs in the secondary 
school curriculum. Congratulations again to Jim Watkins, of Southern High 
School for earning this distinction. 

APPROVED DATES FOR BOYS & GIRLS STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 1988-1992 

1989 - Boys - March 15 - 18 * Rupp Arena, Lexington 

Girls - March 22 - 25 * Farnham Dudgeon Civic Center, Frankfort 

1990 - Girls - March 14 - 17 * Diddle Arena, Bowling Green 

Boys - March 21 - 24 * Freedom Hall, Louisville 

1991 - Boys - March 13 - 16 * Rupp Arena, Lexington 

Girls - March 20 - 23 * Farnham Dudgeon Civic Center, Frankfort 

1992 - Boys - March 18 - 21 * Site to be Determined 

Girls - March 25 - 28 * Site to be Determined 

BOYLE COUNTY SEEKS FOOTBALL COACH 

The Boyle County Board of Education recently accepted the resignation of Boyle 
County's football coach, Sam Burke. Applications for the position will be 
taken until March 20, 1989, and should be directed to Jim Donlon, A.D., Boyle 
County High School, Perryville Road, Danville, KY 40422. 

KNOTT COUNTY SEEKS FOOTBALL COACH 

The Knott County Board of Education is accepting applications for the position 
of Head Football Coach. Persons interested should send a resume to James 
Reynolds, Principal of Knott County Central. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1989 



PAGE SEVEN 



1988 BOYS' "SWEET SIXTEEN' 

CHAMPIONS 

HENRY CLAY HIGH SCHOOL 



1988 GIRLS' "SWEET SIXTEEN " 

CHAMPIONS 
EAST HARDIN HIGH SCHOOL 




FRONT ROW: (L to R) Elizabeth Parker, Cheryl Long, Beth 
Lynn Wagner, Stacy Torstrick. SECOND ROW: (L to R) Mitzi 
Finn, Angle Rice, Joyce Sasson, Tammi Bair. BACK ROW: (L 
to R) Karen Harris, Lisa Carr, Monica Williams, Dana 
Newsome, Laura Combs, Amy Liebermen, Karen Thompson. 

KAPOS NEWS 

STATE TOURNAMENT 

INFORMATION 

Participating cheerleader and cheerleading 
coaches registration: all cheerleading squads and/or 
coaches are asked to stop by the KAPOS table to: 

1. Register your squad. 

2. Pick up important information and materials for you 
and your school. 

Along with a KAPOS board member, there will be 
high school cheerleaders on hand to assist you. They 
can be identified by their hostess armbands. Feel free 
to ask them for help, and in turn they may seek you and 
your cheerleaders to be interviewed by one of the radio 
commentators. In order to make their task easier, we 
are asking that you register your seat, row and section 
number. A possible radio interview is often missed 
because the guides could not locate the desired 
person in time for the interview. 

Hospitality Room: May we remind all cheerleading 
coaches and cheerleaders that KAPOS hosts a 
Hospitality Room for participating cheerleaders. We 
cordially invite you to have refreshments, socialize 
with friends, exchange Ideas, and perhaps get help 
with your problems. 

"Sweet 16" Cheerleading Squads: Attention 
Principals! If your team will be participating in the State 
Tournament, Included In the packet sent to you by the 
KHSAA will be a letter pertaining to your cheerleading 
squad. Be sure to lookforthisand relay all information 
to your cheerleading coach. We request that your 
cheerleaders be chaperoned by a well qualified, 
school approved adult. Verification of this, along with 
your cheerleading coach's name, must be contained in 
the letter of confirmation which you will receive. This 
letter must be in the hands of the KAPOS officer prior to 
the time that your cheerleaders take the floor. 

Important! Please be sure that your school Is a paid 
member of KAPOS or pays the fee before their first 




FRONT ROW: (L to R) Kristy Miller, Rhonda Bailey. MIDDLE 
ROW: (L to R) Stacy Milby, Lorl daggers, Christ! Walker, Tabi 
Scott. BACK ROW: (L to R) Mindy Sondergard, Angela 
Cornett, Dana Daugherty, Bobbi Jo Erdonan. 



game in order for your squad to compete for the 
cheerleading awards in the State Tournament. The 
winners of these awards will be determined by use of 
the KAPOS Judging Sheet, a copy of which appears in 
the KAPOS Handbook. 



AWARDING OF TROPHIES 

KAPOS is pleased to honor outstanding cheer- 
leading squads with the recognition they so well 
deserve. All cheerleader awards will be presented 
between games on Friday night of the State 
Tournament. The awards are as follows: 

The winning cheerleader squad in the Boys' Sweet 
Sixteen will receive the Ted Sanford Trophy; in the 
Girls' Sweet Sixteen the Tom Mills Award. The runner- 
up cheerleading squad will receive a trophy, with the 
third and fourth place squads being awarded plaques. 
In addition, the special K-Pep Award will be presented. 
All tournament cheerleading squads and their 
coaches are asked to be located close to the playing 
floor so they can easily come on the floor should they 
be called for an award. 

GOVERNOR WILKINSON DECLARES 

GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP MONTH 

While every month should be Good Sportsmanship 
Month, KAPOS has always tried to put special 
emphasis on being a good sport at tournament time. 
Being a good sport Is part of being a good citizen. We 
don't believe that good citizens need to be reminded to 
exemplify good sportsmanship. However, it Is 
especially fitting at tournament time to remind all 
citizens that it Is a privilege to be able to attend the 
games and that each individual can contribute to the 
success of the tournament if he will abide by the 
KAPOS Sportsmanship Creed proclaimed by 
Governor Wilkinson. The Governor's proclamation is 
on display at the KAPOS table. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1989 



STATE-AT-LARGE CHAMPIONS 



NOTES TO ALL ADMINISTRATORS 



Recognition is annually given to cheerleading 
squads other than those sixteen forturnate enough to 
participate with their teams in the State Tournament. 
The winner will receive the Jane Meyer trophy, while 
the runner-up will receive the KAPOS President's 
Trophy. Plaques will be given to the third and fourth 
place squads. 

Beginning at the district level, all squads that are 
KAPOS members are eligible to be judged for the 
honor of representing their district in the KAPOS 
Region-At-Large cheerleading competition. The 
winner and runner-up of each district will progress to 
the region. In turn the girls' varsity winner and runner- 
up and the boys' winner and runner-up from each 
region is allowed to compete for the title of State-At- 
Large Cheerleading Champions. 

Judging for the Boys' State-At-Large winners will 
take place at 8:30 A.M., on Saturday, March 18, in 
Memorial Coliseum in Lexington. 

Judging for the Girls' State-At-Large winners will 
take place at 8:30 A.M., on Saturday, March 25, at 
Bryan Station High School, Lexington. The public is 
invited to these outstanding events. The admission 
charge of $3.00 will go toward the expenses of KAPOS 
scholarship award, details of which are supplied 
below. 

At the conclusion of the judging, trophies will be 
awarded to the top squads, in addition to several 
special awards. 



Manyofyou have responded to our SOS in releasing 
teaching personnel to assist with the many tasks 
necessary to keep this organization functioning 
effectively. 

Again, we need judges and personnel help at the 
tournament. This involves at least 1 2 to 1 5 people. It is 
also backbreaking, tiresome work. However, we have 
many dedicated persons who have indicated a 
willingness to help share these duties provided they 
get a release from their administrators. Therefore, the 
KAPOS board is seeking your understanding and 
cooperation should you be asked to release a teacher 
from his or her duties to help carry on the work that 
KAPOS is doing to make cheerleading a worthwhile 
educational experience in the State of Kentucky. 



STELLA S. GiLB SCHOLARSHIP 

KAPOS is happy to annually award the Stella S. Gilb 
Scholarshp to outstanding cheerleaders from 
Kentucky. In 1 988, KAPOS awarded nine, $500 scholar- 
ships to well-deserving cheerleaders. One of your 
cheerleaders may be a potential scholarship winner, 
so get your applications in early. Applications must be 
turned in no later than April 30. Contact a KAPOS 
board member or officer for application forms, or pick 
them up at the State Tournament KAPOS Table. 



KAPOS SERVICES 

• Maintains an affiliation with the KHSAA in order that 
we may help them and they may assist us in any way 
possible to promote good sportsmanship in the state of 
Kentucky. 

• Maintains continual communication with cheer- 
leading coaches in the state to ascertain their needs, 
problems, suggestions and criticism. 

• Publishes The Handbook of the Kentucky Associa- 
tion of Pep Sponsors. 

• Holds judging clinics to promote better under- 
standing between cheerleading coaches and judges, 
and to encourage consistency in interpretation of 
KAPOS rules and recommendations. 

• Sponsors awards to outstanding cheerleading 
squads at the district regional, and state levels. 

• Sponsors the judging of outstanding cheerleading 
squads at the State Tournament for the "Sweet 16" 
Competition. 

• Sponsors Sportsmanship Month during the month of 
March. 

• Hosts the KAPOS table and the KAPOS Hospitality 
Room at the State Tournament both Boys' and Girls'. 



• Sponsors the Stella S. Gilb Scholarship, an 
educational scholarship awarded each year to 
outstanding an deserving cheerleaders in Kentucky. 

• Presents "Cheerleading Coach of the Year Award". 

• Presents the "Pat Dooley K-Pep Award" in each 
region and state tournament. 

• Members serve as instructors and judges as 
requested by the various groups (KHSAA, YMCA, NCA, 
schools, etc.) 



MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS 

Membership in KAPOS is open to all schools, 
elementary, secondary and college level, who are 
affiliated with a school system in Kentucky. Dues are 
$2.00 per varsity cheerleader plus $2.00 for the coach, 
and entitle the school to membership in the organiza- 
tion for the fiscal year from July 1 st through June 30th. 

Dues should be paid to the treasurer of KAPOS by 
Jan. 15. A membership card will then be returned to 
you. A KAPOS handbook is mailed to all high school 
principals at the beginning of each school year. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1989 



PAGE NINE 



1989 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT HOSTS AND/OR SITES 



Boys 






Girls 






1. 


Hickman County 


33. 


Lloyd Memorial 


1. 


Hickman County 


33. 


Lloyd Memorial 


2. 


Heath 


34. 


Holy Cross (Covington) 


2. 


Heath 


34. 


Holy Cross (Covington) 


3. 


Ballard Memorial 


35. 


Newport Central Cath. 


3. 


Ballard Memorial 


35. 


Newport Central Cath. 


4. 


Mayfleld 


36. 


Highlands 


4. 


Mayfleld 


36. 


Highlands 


5. 


Lyon County 


37. 


Harrison County 


5. 


Lyon County 


37. 


Bourbon County 


6. 


Henderson County 


38. 


Pendleton County 


6. 


Henderson County 


38. 


Augusta 


7. 


Madisonville-N. Hopkins 


39. 


Mason County 


7. 


Madisonville-N. Hopkins 


39. 


Mason County 


8. 


Christian County 


40. 


Estill County 


8. 


Christian County 


40. 


Estill County 


9. 


Owensboro 


41. 


Frankfort 


9. 


Owensboro 


41. 


Frankfort 


10. 


Muhlenberg Central 


42. 


Jessamine County 


10. 


Muhlenberg Central 


42. 


Jessamine County 


11. 


Breckinridge County 


43. 


Lafayette 


11. 


Breckinridge County 


43. 


Lafayette 


12. 


Grayson County 


44. 


Model 


12. 


Grayson County 


44. 


Model 


13. 


Butler County 


45. 


Boyle County 


13. 


Butler County 


45. 


Boyle County 


14. 


Warren East 


46. 


Garrard County 


14. 


Franklin Simpson 


46. 


Garrard County 


15. 


Barren County 


47. 


Russell County 


15. 


Barren County 


47. 


Russell County 


16. 


Monroe County 


48. 


Laurel County 


16. 


Monroe County 


48. 


Laurel County 


17. 


North Hardin 


49. 


Jackson County 


17. 


West Hardin 


49. 


Jackson County 


18. 


Green County 


50. 


Lynn Camp 


18. 


Green County 


50. 


Lynn Camp 


19. 


Nelson County 


51. 


Middlesboro 


19. 


Nelson County 


51. 


Middlesboro 


20. 


Adair County 


52. 


Harlan 


20. 


Adair County 


52. 


Harlan 


21. 


Shawnee 


53. 


Jenkins 


21. 


Shawnee 


53. 


Fleming-Neon 


22. 


Butler 


54. 


M.C. Napier 


22. 


Butler 


54. 


M.C. Napier 


23. 


Fairdale 


55. 


Riverside Christian 


23. 


Fairdale 


55. 


Riverside Christian 


24. 


DeSales 


56. 


Lee County 


24. 


Holy Rosary 


56. 


Lee County 


25. 


Male 


57. 


Sheldon Clark 


25. 


Male 


57. 


Sheldon Clark 


26. 


Seneca 


58. 


Prestonsburg 


26. 


Seneca 


58. 


Prestonsburg 


27. 


Jeffersontown 


59. 


Mullins 


27. 


Jeffersontown 


59. 


Mullins 


28. 


Eastern 


60. 


Phelps 


28. 


Eastern 


60. 


Phelps 


29. 


Bullitt East 


61. 


Morgan County 


29. 


Bullitt East 


61. 


Morgan County 


30. 


Henry County 


62. 


East Carter 


30. 


Henry County 


62. 


East Carter 


31. 


Oldham County 


63. 


Raceland 


31. 


Oldham County 


63. 


Raceland 


32. 


Scott County 


64. 


Lawrence County 


32. 


Grant County 


64. 


Lawrence County 




1989 REGIONAL 
TOURNAMENT 
HOSTS AND/OR SITES 



Girls 

1. Murray State University 

2. Trigg County 

3. Apollo 

4. Allen County - Scottsville 

5. Green County 

6. Iroquois 

7. Ballard 

8. Oldham County 

9. Newport 

10. Bourbon County 

1 1 . Bryan Station 

12. Danville 

13. Bell County 

14. Leslie County 

15. Paintsville 

16. Boyd County 



Boys 



1. Murray State University 

2. Madisonville-N. Hopkins 

3. Breckinridge County 

4. Barren County 

5. Hart County 

6. Iroquois 

7. Ballard 

8. Henry County 

9. Holmes 

10. Mason County 

11. U.K. - Memorial Coliseum 

12. Wayne County 

13. Bell County 

14. Breathitt County 

15. Prestonsburg 

16. Morehead State University 



7989 State Tennis Committee Meeting continued from Page 5. 

Miscellaneous items included a revision of the tennis 
information to allow a substitution for a singles or a doubles 
player on a TEAM entry only. This would be for injury, illness 
or circumstances beyond the athletes control. Any 
substitution must be verified by the coach or school official. 
As in the past there can be no substitution after the start of 
play. 

The committee recommended that the Board of Control 
consider conducting a survey with regard to moving Girls 
Tennis to the fall. It was also recommended that the Board 
consider developing a dress code for the Regional and State 
Tournaments in tennis primarily to prohibit excessive 
product and camp advertising by commercial enterprises. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



Q 



TRACK CLINICS 



The dates for the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Track & Field Rules Clinics for coaches and 
officials are as follows: 



March 20, 1989 7:00 p.m. EST 



March 28, 1989 
March 29, 1989 
March 30, 1989 
April 4, 1989 
April 5, 1989 



7:00 p.m. CST 
7:00 p.m. EST 
7:00 p.m. EST 
7:00 p.m. EST 
7:00 p.m. EST 



Meece Middle School 

Somerset 

Daviess Co. High School 

St Xavier High School 

Tates Creek High School 

Russell High School 

Covington Catholic M.S. 



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1989 NATIONAL FEDERATION TRACK & FIELD 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PARTI 




PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Rule Book 

Page 27 - Rule 5-4-6, revise to read in part, "The hurdle requires a steady 
pullove'' force, etc," - insert "steady". 

Page 58 - Rule 9-6-4(a). delete "or field event area" in second line and "in a field 
event" in the third line 

1989 Track & Field Examination Answer Sheet - #51 should be False. 

SITUATION #1; In consideration of the wet throwing surface in the boy's discus 

event, A1 is wearing socks over his shoes to provide for better traction A protest is 

raised over the legality of this alleged "aid" 

RULING: The protest shall be denied (4-3-1) 

COMMENT: As long as the competitor is wearing a legal uniform, including a legal 

shoe, the wearing of a sock over the shoe would not be any different than using a 

shoe with a fabric or "sock-type" sole Wearing a sock over the shoe is an option 

easily available to any competitor, so A1 has not gained an advantage not 

available to the other competitors. 

SITUATION #2: Members of Team A's relay team are wearing tights underneath 

their track shorts that include (a) a manufacturer's logo, (b) a number used by the 

school for uniform identification, (c) a manufacturer's or school's name stenciled 

down the outside seam of the tights, {d) a single trim stripe down the side of the 

leotard. 

RULING: In (a) and (b), if the manufacturer's logo or school identification number 
is a single, reasonably small size (approximately 2 ' by 3"), it would not violate the 
spirit or intent of the rule requiring undergarments to be of a single, solid color 
Illegal in (c) and (d) (4-3-1) 

SITUATION #3: In the long jump, A1 is wearing a pair of shoes that have seven sole 
and two hell spikes. The event judge informs A1 that one of the sole spikes will 
have to be removed- 

RULING: The judge is in error The former restriction limiting the number of spikes 
allowed in the lumping events has been removed. (7-2-8) 
SITUATION #4: A1 has participated in the shot put and long jump, as well as Team 
A's 4 X 100 and 4 x 200 meter relays when she reports to the girl's 4 x 400 meter 
relay When the clerk of course questions A1 about her previous participation, she 
replies it was her sister and not her that ran m the 4 x 100 meter relay Later it is 
determined that A1 had, in fact, participated in the 4 x 100 meter relay, making the 4 
X 400 meter relay her fifth event. It was discovered (a) immediately follow the relay 
which Team A won, or (b) within 30 minutes of the completion of the meet, or (c) 
three days after the conclusion of the meet. 

RULING: Team A will forfeit all places, team points and medals earned by A1 in the 
shot put and long jump, as well as any places, points, etc. they may have won in the 
three relays, of which A1 was a member. In (a), lower place teams will advance to 
fill the vacant places In (b) and (c). lower place winners will not be advanced. 
COMMENT: This situation could have been avoided if discovered before A1 
participated, i.e.. reported to the clerk of course, in the 4 x 400 meter relay. If A1 did 
participate in the 4 x 1 00 meter relay under her sister's name, a much more serious 
violation has occurred. Competing under an assumed name shoudi be dealt with 
by the state high school association. (4-2-1; 4-2-2; S.R. 4.2.2A) 
SITUATION #5: At the state final qualifying meet, the games committee has 
provided starting blocks for all competitors. In the 100 meter high hurdles, A1 
wishes to use his own starting blocks, similar in style, but of a different make or 
model. B1 wishes to use his own starting blocks that have been especially adapted 
to accommodate his standing start technique. 

RULING: Al 's request will be denied, B1 's request will be granted, provided it does 
not require any modification of the track, or damage to the surface of an all- 
weather or composition -type track surface, (3-2-3n; SR, 5 4,2) 
COMMENT: The prerogative of the games committee to provide common 
implements, batons and starting blocks is to expedite meet administration, 
especially in large meets with many competitors. While this usually means 
competitors may have their choice of a wooden or rubber discus, or an iron or 
brass shot, it usually is only necessary to have one model of a conventional 
starting block. However, the rules have always provided for a modification of the 
starting blocks in sprint and hurdle races to accommodate starting techniques that 
may not include the more traditional "four-point stance" or "crouch start ". 
SITUATION #6: During the running of the boy's 3200 meter run. the lap caller 
mistakenly identifies the beginning of the seventh lap as the gun lap. instead of the 
eighth. The starter fires the gun and the finish line procedure is set up after all 
runners have passed the common finish line, and all but Al , who was third across 
the finish line at the end of the seventh lap, stops running after they cross the finish 
line and seemingly finish the race, Al, who knew there was another lap to go, 
continues running for one more lap. The officials are trying to decide whether Al 
is. in fact, the winner and all other runners are disqualified for not completing the 
race. 



RULING: Due to the official's error, the options are (a) rerun the race, or (b) record 

the results as the end of the seventh lap 

COMMENT: Option {a} is, of course, the logical resolution, but there may be 

circumstances that prevent the rerunning of a race and in this case, the results of 

the abbreviated race should stand (3-4-3: 3-4-1,3-4-5; 3-4-6) 

SITUATION #7: There are seven competitors remaining in the pole vault when a 

severe rainstorm causes the games committee to suspend the competition and 

announces that the event will be continued on the following Monday When the 

meet was suspended, the crossbar was at 1 3'9" and five of the seven competitors 

had cleared that height. Two of them had one or more trials remaining 

RULING: When the competition resumed on Monday, the two competitors with 

remaining trials will begin competition at 1 3'9" All competitors will be permitted to 

warm-up with the bar at any height they select. (3-2-7) 

SITUATION #8: In the men's discus throw, Al takes a position with his left foot 

within the circle and his right foot outside the circle. After pausing, he begins his 

throw by pivoting off his left foot and bringing his right foot into the circle, 

RULING: Illegal throw. (6-3-8) 

COMMENT: The purpose of the discus circle is to establish an area in which the 

competition must take place, A competitor may not begin his throwing motion until 

he has 'paused after entering the throwing circle" As long as a competitor is 

touching on or outside the circle, he is not considered to be "within the circle" (any 

more than a basketball player would be "inbounds" if he was touching on or 

outside the boundary line), 

SITUATION #9: In a combined boy's and girl's state final meet, there is one 

competition area for the shot and one for the discus It is decided the competition in 

the throwing events will begin with the boy's shot and the girl's discus, followed by 

the boy's discus and the girl's shot put 

Some coaches protest that this is a disadvantage to those athletes who are 

competing m both of the weight events because they will be required to throw the 

heavier implement first, 

RULING: The protest wilt be denied. 

COMMENT: There is absolutely no basis for the protest The practice of 

alternating weight events in meets that combine two or more classes of 

competition and/or boy's and girl's competition is quite common and well 

accepted. Even in meets in which there is only one class, i,e,, all boys, it is quite 

common to start both throwing events in early flights in one event and later flights 

in the other, but with no regard as to whether the competitor doubling in both 

events throws the shot or the discus first. 

SITUATION #10: In an 11 -team county cross country meet, the teams are 

permitted to enter a maximum of seven competitors. Team A, in an attempt to 

conceal the identity of the seven runners intended to make up its cross country 

team, placed eight runners at the starting line and when the gun is fired, seven 

runners started and the eighth (who was injured) remained behind the line. Team A 

finished with the lowest team score, 

RULING: AS is considered to have become a participant when he/she reported to 

the starting line Team A shall be disqualified for exceeding the allowable number 

of participants, (9-4-1,4-1-2) 

COMMENT: In the absence of any specific coverage in Rule 9, any of the rules in 

the Track and Field and Cross Country Rule Book that might apply to cross 

country competition should be followed. This would include entry deadlines and 

the specific time when a contestant becomes a participant (4-1-2), This is no 

different than the note following Rule 9-2-6, referring to Rules 2-3-1 and 2-3-2 on 

the correction of erros applying to cross country scoring 

SITUATION #11: Team A mcludes six entries on its 1600 and 3200 meter relay 

teams, including Al who is also entered in three individual events. At the scratch 

meeting, prior to the meet, the coach of Team A wishes to scratch Al from on eo 

fhte individual events to make Al eligible for both relays, 

RULING: Illegal (4-2-1:5-9-2) 
COMMENT: When Rule 4-2-1 was revised to apply only to entries in individual 
events, it was not intended to permit a competitor to scratch from an individual 
event to make them eligible to compete in an additional relay race. Scratching from 
an individual event is different than "not participating" on a relay team for which 
the competitor's name is listed as one of up to six posible entries 



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1989 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASEBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PARTI 




PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

1989 Baseball Rules Examination Part I - Answer to #27 should be "false." The 
reference should be "6-1-1." 

SITUATION #1 Is a graphite bat legal? 

RULING: No. Only wood, magnesium or aluminum bats are legal. 1 -3-5. 

SITUATION #2: R1 is at first base. F1 comes set, steps backwards off the pitchers 

plate with his non -pivot foot, and whips a throw over the first baseman's head into 

dead ball territory What is the award'' 

RULING: Since the pitcher is considered to be a fielder, if not in contact with the 

pitcher's plate, the award would be two bases 8-3-3-c,d, 

SITUATION #3: With R1 on second base, B2 hits a line drive to the right-center 

field gap. R1 remains close to second base, thinking that the ball will be caught. 82 

sees that the ball will not be caught and is thinking that he can reach third base. R1 

then realizes that a catch is impossible and takes off for third base with 82 right 

behind him. F9 cuts the ball off His exceptionally strong throw to third base sails 

into dead ball territory before R1 has reached third base What is the award? 

RULING: The award is two bases from the time the ball left the hand of the thrower. 

Only the lead runner is entitled to the maximum award Therefore. Rl is awarded 

home, while 82 has to remain at third base 8-3-4. 

SITUATION #4: While in the stretch position. F1 feints a throw to third base and 

then to first base without breaking contact with the pitcher's plate. Is this a legal 

move? 

RULING: No. This is a balk. A pitcher may feints to second or third base whie in 

contact with the pitcher's plate. A feint toward first base whIe i contact with 

pitcher's plate is a balk, 6-2-4-a 

SITUATION #5: Can the pitcher DH for himself? 

RULING: No A team does not have to use a DH, but if it does, a DH must be 

somebody other than the nine defensive players. 3-1-4. 

SITUATION #6: With two outs, bases loaded, three balls and two strikes on 85 and 

R2 moving on the pitch, 65 hits a slow roller down the third base line. There was 

incidental contact between Rl and F5, but the umpire did notjudge the contact to 

impede or interfere with F5 fielding the ball. At the end of playing action, the coach 

of the defensive team argued that any contact, however slight, is interference and 

the runner shall be out. The coach went on to say that is the call was not changed 

he would protect and submit a video tape of the actual play to the protest 

committee for review. Should the protest committee accept the video tape to 

support the coaches' claim that interference should have been called? 

RULING: The protest shall not be accepted. Umpire judgement is not protestable 

Misapplication of a rule can be. Use of a video tape on an umpire judgement call is 

not appropriate, and therefore, should not be accepted or reviewed, 10-1-3. 

SITUATION #7: While his pitcher is warming up between innings, the coach 

stands near the mound and gives him instructions on how to pitch to upcoming 

batters Is this legal? 

RULING: Yes. However, when it is lime for the pitcher to deliver hit pitch, if the 

coach is still on the field or contributing to delay of the game, the coach would be 

assessed a charged conference. 3-4-1 

SITUATION #8: The DH hits for F9, In the third inning the DH replaces F5. After one 

pitch the coahc of the team at bat appeals. During the time out, the coach of the 

defensive team takes F9 out of the game, but the umpire did not eject the DH. 

RULING: Since the DH was an illegal substitute, he should have been ejected. If 

the DH continues playing, the game is subject to protest 3-1-1. 3-1-4 

SITUATION #9: With two strikes on B2, 82 swings and misses the pitch, but 

interferes with F2 who is trying to throw out Rl. 

RULING: If in the impire's judgement F2 could have thrown out Rl , then Rl shall be 

called out. If the umpire did not feel that Rl would have been thrown out. then the 

umpire shall return Rl to first base. 8-4-2-b. 

SITUATION #10: With no runners on base, Fl assumes the set position. In coming 

set, he stops with his hands in front of his face. Is this legal since there were no 

runners on base? 

RULING: No. Anytime a pitcher pitches from the set position, he must come to a 

complete and discernible stop in front of his body and below the chin. 6-1-3. 

SITUATION #11: On a ball hit to right center field. F4 stands between first and 

second base but not in the base line. He pounds the pocket of his glove as if he 

expects to receive a throw, Rl slows down thinking that F4 is about to receive the 

ball. He then realizes that he has been tricked. F2 makes it safely to second base, 

which is the base he would have reached had he not slowed down, Is F4 guilty of 

obstruction? 

RULING: Yes. Because F4 intentionally deceived R1, similar to a fake tag 
situation. Rl would be awarded the base he was advancing to at the time of the 
obstruction. Therefore. Rl would be awarded third base. 2-5-3, 8-3-2. 8-8-2 Play 
2 



SITUATION #12: At the bottom of the seventh inning, with the tying run on third 
and two outs, B4 hits a shallow pop fly to right field. Thinking that the bait will be 
caught, 84 throws his bat in disgust and is called out immediately and ejected by 
the umpire. F9 does not get to the ball in time and the ball falls in for a hit scoring 
Rl. Did the umpire rule correctly? 

RULING: No, The penalty for deliberately throwing a bat is ejection. If the bat had 
intefered somehow with the play of a fielder, then the batter could be caled out for 
interference. 3-3-1-b 

SITUATION #1 3: 85 bats instead of B4 and walks. BS's coach realizes the mistake 
and informs the umpire. Does this act provide immunity from the batting out of 
order rule? 

RULING: No. Normally, the defensive team would detect such an infraction, but if 
the team at bat brings such an infraction to the attention of the umpire the penalty 
is imposed, 7-1-1 

SITUATION #14: A coach restricted to the bench asks tor time to have a 
conference with one of his players at the bench, 

RULING: Legal. As long as the coach does not leave the bench or dugout, he may 
confer with any of his players. 3-3-1 Penalty. 

SITUATION #15: A team with no eligible substitutes is forced to play with eight 
players due to the ejection of a player. Upon completion of the junior varsity game, 
several players stop by to watch the game. The coach informs the umpire that he 
now has another player. 

RULING: Once a team plays with eight, it can never play at full strength, even if 
other players become available. 4-4-1 -f 

SITUATION #16: Fl , in the stretch position, starts to step forward with his non- 
pivot foot before coming to a complete stop. 

RULING: 8alk. Until the pitcher comes to a complete and discernible stop, the 
pitcher cannot make any movement to the plate with his legs. 6-1 -1 
SITUATION #17: 81 hits a line drive over the head of F7. f7, in running toward the 
fence, makes the catch, but because the outfield grass is wet, cannot stop and 
continues on to the outfield fence where he runs into the fence. The ball squins 
from his glove and goes over the fence. Is this a catch or a home run? 
RULING: This is a home run. Even though F7 had the bait in his glove, he was not 
able to gain control of his momentum, which is considered an element of a catch. 
2-3-1 

SITUATION #18: On a fly ball toward dead ball territory, F5 makes the catch with 
one foot in dead ball territory, but the other foot is in the air, 
RULING: If the foot in the air had not touched dead ball territory prior to the catch, 
the catch would be allowed. The ball would remain alive unless the fielder's foot 
that was in the air came down in dead ball territory. 5-1-1 -h 
SITUATION #1 9: A coach yells at his runner to take out the second baseman on a 
double play attempt. The runner slides into second and makes contact with the 
second baseman. Is the runner out for interference? 

RULING: As long as the runner made a legal slide, he would not be called for 
interference should he make contact with the second baseman. 8-4-2-1 
SITUATION #20: With Rl on first and one out, the next pitch to B2 is called ball 
four, but Rl . not knowing it is ball four, attempts to steal second base. F2 throws 
down to second base. Rl overslides the base and is tagged. Is Rl out? 
RULING: Rl is entitled to second base because of the base on balls to 82. 
However, upon oversliding second base, he forfeited his right to the base. 
Therefore, he would be out if tagged by the defense. 8-4-2-e 
SITUATION #21: After the line-up has been presented at the pre-games 
conference, but before the first pitch, the coach substitutes 81 for 81. 
RULING: Legal, provided 81 is not listed as the pitcher. If 81 is withdrawn, he has 
been in the game even though he has not participated. 3-1-1 
SITUATION #22: As Si prepares to pitch to the first batter, the batter informs the 
umpire that the sweatband worn on the wrist of Fl 's pitching hand is distracting. 
The coach of Fl contends that the sweatband is neither white nor gray, and 
therefore should be permitted. 

RULING: The pitcher would not be permitted to wear a gray or white sweatband. 
However, the pitcher may wear a sweatband on the wrist of his pitching hand, 
provided the umpire does not feel that It is distracting. Each situation is different 
and the judgement of each umpire is likely to vary. Nevertheless, the umpire has 
the final say as to whether a sweatband, other than white or gray can be worn. 
1-1-5 

SITUATION #23: Rt steals second before F2 can make a throw. As Rl dusts 
himself off, F6 tells him that the ball was hit foul. Rl begins to trot back to first base 
and is immediately tagged out. Rl claims that F6's comment caused him to be put 
out and asks the umpire to nulify the out and allow him to remain at second base. 
RULING: The out stands. Rl . as well as his base coaches, have a responsibility to 
know whether the ball was hit fair or foul before vacating the base. 8-4-2-6 



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RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PARTI 




PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 



Rule Book 

Page 27 
page 48 ■ 
Page 55 
Page 38 



In 3-3-1 Penalty, in fourth line "8-4-2-nn." should be "8-4-2-0." 
In 8-2-4 Note 1. change "8-4-2-e" to "8-4-2-g." 
In 8-4-2-n. delete "Penalty." 
Add "thigh" to 6-2-2 line "7." 



Case Book 

Page 22 - In next to last line of #9, revise sentence to read: "A fake tag is a form of 
obstruction " 
Page 50 - Delete 1 1 ,6 f Play. 
Page 76 - In 8.2.5 b Play, revise last line of ruling to read "dead and call R3 out ' 

SITUATION #1: On a single to nght field, R1 is obstructed before reaching second 

base, but arrives at the base safely. In the opinion of the umpire R1 would not have 

been able to reach third base on the hit. What base is R1 awarded, because of the 

obstruction? 

RULING: An obstructed runner is always awarded at least one base beyond the 

base occupied at the time of obstruction. Since the obstruction occurred before 

Rl had reached second base, and since the umpire did not feel that R1 could have 

advanced further. Rl is entitled to second base- 8-3-2 

SITUATION #2: Are ear flaps required on catcher's helmets? 

RULING: No. A catcher is required to wear a head protector, but the head 

protector does not have to have ear flaps- 

NOTE: NOCSAE has not established a standard for catcher's helmets, therefore, a 

catcher's head protector that does not have a NOCSAE stamp is legal. 1-1-7, 

SITUATION #3: Are barrettes and ribbons worn in the hair legal? 

RULING: Barrettes are considered jewelry and therefore, illegal. Ribbons worn in 

the hair are not considered jewelry and would be legal. 1-1-9 

SITUATION #4: With the bases loaded. B3 hits a ball to F5 who steps on third base 

and then throws home in an attempt to retire Rl , R2 is obstructed between second 

and third by F6. Is Rl awarded home base and R2 awarded third base? 

RULING: If R2 was obstructed before F5 stepped on third base, then R2 would be 

awarded third. Rl would not have been affected by the obstruction and therefore, 

is advancing at her own risk. 8-3-2 

SITUATION #5: B2 hits a sharp line drive down the third base line. F5 dives for the 

ball, which glances off her glove and goes into dead ball territory a short distance 

away- Is she awarded one base or two? 

RULING: B2 is awarded two bases. 8-3-3-c. 

SITUATION #6: B1 swings and hits the ball off her hands. The ball goes into fair 

territory. Is this considered a fair ball or is the ball dead immediately and a strike 

called? 

RULING: The ball is dead immediately and a strike is called. 5-1 -1 -a 

SITUATION #7: B1 enters the batters box with a metal bat that has a 

polyeurathane or vinyl plug in the barrel end of the bat. The catcher believes that 

the bat is illegal and expresses her concern to the umpire. 

RULING: The rules do not prohibit a plug in the barrel end of the bat. 1 -3-5 

SITUATION #8: On ball four, Bl advances to first base and without stopping 

continues on to second base even though F 1 has the ball in the circle- Is this legaP 

RULING: Yes. As long as Bi did not stop at first base, she may attempt to advance. 

8-4-2-g 

SITUATION #9: F1 assumes the pitching position with her non-pivot foot behind 

the pitchers plate When she leans forward as she begins her delivery the heel on 

her non-pivot foot is lifted off the ground. F1 then leans back, and in so doing her 

heel comes in contact with the ground, which in effect creates a rocker-type 

action. Is this legal? 

RULING: Yes. As long as the non-pivot foot does not change locations or leave 

the ground entirely, there is no penalty. If the non-pivot foot is lifted, then a step 

forward is required with that foot. 6-1-1. 6-1-2-d 

SITUATION #10: Rl attempts to steal second base. B2 swings and misses the 

pitch for the third strike but interferes with F2. 

RULING: The umpire can rule Rl out because of B2's interference if in his 

judgement F2 could have thrown Rl out. If the umpire did not believe that F2 could 

have thrown Rl out, Rl would have to return to first base. 8-2-6. 

SITUATION #11: If a game is rained out in the bottom of the fourth inning and the 

score is 1 -4 in favor of the Home Team, is this a suspended game? 



RULING: Yes, unless both coaches agree not to complete the game. If one coach 

does not want to call it a suspended game and the other coach does, the game 

shall be suspended. 

NOTE: Had both coaches agreed to not complete the game, the game would be 

considered "no contest". 4-3-1 

SITUATION #12: With Rl on second base. B2 is hit by an illegal pitch. 

RULING: B2 is awarded first base and Rl is awarded second base. 8-1-1-d, 

8-3-3-d 

SITUATION #13: With Rl on third and one out, B3 receives ball four. B3 starts to 

first base. F2 returns the ball immediately to F1 in the circle. Can B3 continue 

advancing after touching first base or must she stay in contact with the base? 

RULING: As long as B3 does not stop at first base, she is entitled to continue her 

advance. If she stops between bases she must advance or return immediately. 

8-4-2 

SITUATION #14: After receiving ball four. Bl advances to first base. F2 throws to 

F3 at first base in an effort to prevent Bl from attempting to advance further. If this 

legal? 

RULING: Yes. The catcher's throw to first is a play on a runner. 6-1 -3-e 

SITUATION #15: Can sweatshirt hoods be worn? 

RULING: Yes. If one wears a hood, no other type of headwear may be worn except 

hoods. 1-1-5 

SITUATION #16: Bl . who had previously been warned about throwing a bat. is hit 

by a pitch and then carelessly throws her bat as she advances to first base. Is the 

ball dead immediately^ 

RULING: It is delay dead ball situation At the end of playing action, the player shall 

be ejected 3-3-1 -a 

SITUATION #1 7: Bl deliberately lets a pitch hit her. The pitch was not in the strike 

zone. 

RULING: The ball is dead immediately. 61 is awarded a ball. 7-3-4. If. B1, not 

getting out of the way interfered with the catcher possibly being able to put out a 

runner, interference can be called. (7-3-5). 

SITUATION #18: With Rl on first. B2 bunts the ball down the first base line. F3 

fields the ball and runs toward b2. B2, in an effort to buy time for Rl, backtracks 

toward home. Is this legal? 

RULING: Bl 's tactic is illegal. Therefore she would be called out. The ball is dead 

immediately, and all runners return to bases occupied at the time of the pitch. 

8-4-2-i 

SITUATION #19: On a bunt down the third base line, the ball goes into foul 

territory, where it is kicked by the runner on third base. Is the runner out? 

RULING: The ball is dead immediately. If the runner intentionally kicked the ball. 

the runner shall be called out. 8-4-2-d 

SITUATION #20: In the first game of the state tournament. Team A defeats Team B, 

4-3 in ten innings. In the first inning of the second game, the pitcher of the visiting 

team complains that the pitcher's plate is not set at the correct distance. The 

umpire measures the distance and confirms the error. The pitcher's plate is 

immediately reset at the correct distance. The coach of (a) the home team protests 

because the pitcher of the visiting team did not have to pitch at the incorrect 

distance as did the home team pitcher, or (b) the coach of the losing team of the 

first game, upon hearing that the distance was incorrect files a protest. 

RULING: Once a game starts, a protest cannot be filed should the distances of the 

bases or the pitcher's plate be incorrect. In all cases, incorrect distances should 

be corrected immediately, even if one team had to run the bases or pitch at an 

incorrect distance. 1-4-3 

SITUATION #21: With two outs and the bases loaded. B6 receives ball four. Rl, 

representing the winning run. races home to score, B6's teammates rush to 

congratulate 86, who does not reach first base. 

RULING: All awarded bases must be touched. Furthermore, a run cannot score if 

the runner advances to home base during action in which the third out is made by 

the batter-runner before touching first base. 8-3-1, 9-1-1 -a 

SITUATION #22: As F1 begins her delivery. B2 steps out of the batter's box, 

causing F1 to halt her delivery. 

RULING: If 81 is judged by the umpire to have intentionally stepped out of the 

batter's box to cause Fl to commit an illegal pitch, the umpire can issue a warning 

and then eject him or her if she repeats the act. If the batter steps out because of 

getting dust in the eyes for example, there is no penalty. 3-3-1 -c 

SITUATION #23: Is the pitcher the only player who has to have a glove/ mitt that is 

uniform in color? 

RULING: Yes 1-3-6 



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MARCH, 1989 



VOL. LI, NO. 8 



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STATE BASEBALL 
COMMITTEE MEETING 

February 10, 1989 



ATTENDANCE 

Mr. Louis Stout, Chairman, Commission, K.H.S.A.A. 

Mac Whitaker, Assistant Chairman, Harrison County High 

School, Region 10 

Mike Elkins, Umpire, Bluegrass Baseball Association 

Jody Hamilton, Boyd County High School, Region 16 

L"'b Mantooth, Ow^ensboro Apollo High School, Region 3 

Mike daiider, Boone County High School, Region 9 

Dave Thomas, Pikeville High School, Region 15 

Bill Wayne, Henderson County High School, Region 2 

Joe White, Louisville St Xavier, Region 7 

Gilbert Wilson, Pulaski County High School, Region 12 

Commissioner Louis Stout called the meeting to order. Mr. 
Stout introduced Mac Whitaker, Harrison County High 
School, as Assistant Chairman. Members of the committee 
introduced themselves and their representation. (Please note 
attendance above.) 

Commissioner Stout explained procedures for addressing 
and submitting suggestions and recommendations for 
changes and improvements in, and /or additions to, existing 
K.H.S.A.A. rules for high school baseball. 

Commissioner Stout asked for discussion of any old 
business. 

There w/as one item of old business. Commissioner Stout 
announced sites for the 1989 Sectional and final four high 
school baseball tournaments. Sectional sites are: Apollo High 
School, Elizabethtow/n High School, Somerset High School 
and Pikeville. The University of Kentucky is the site selected 
for the state final four tournament 



Commissioner Stout then asked for discussion of new 
business. 

The first item of new business w/as to discuss sites for future 
state final four baseball games. Discussion centered around 
whether or not games should be played on high school as 
opposed to college fields. 

Mac Whitaker (Harrison County) expressed concern forthe 
number of players the K.H.S.A.A. pays meal and lodging 
expenses for during the state final four tournament 

Commissioner Stout commented that if the committee 
wishes to address this question, written inquiries should be 
submitted to the K.H.S.A.A. 

Bill Wayne (Henderson County) asked if the size of dugouts 
was a factor in determining where tournament games are 
played. 

Commissioner Stout responded by stating that many 
factors contribute to those decisions and yes, that was one 
factor. 

Mac Whitaker (Harrison County) opened discussions 
concerning the possibility of naming sectional directors to 
have responsibility for setting up rotation schedules for 
hosting sectional tournaments. Following brief discussions, 
Joe White (Louisville St Xavier) made a motion to appoint 
sectional directors to determine sites for sectional tourna- 
ment Jody Hamilton (Boyd County) seconded the motion. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

Sectional directors were appointed and are: 



Bob Mantooth (Owensboro Apollo) 
Bill Wayne (Henderson County) 

Jody Hamilton (Boyd County) 
Dave Thomas (Pikeville) 

Mike Sander (Boone County) 
Mac Whitaker (Harrison County) 

Joe White (Louisville St Xavier) 



Western Sectional 

Eastern Sectional 

Central Sectional 

Louisville Sectional 



An additional coach will be named by Commissioner Stout 
and announced at a later date. 

Commissioner Stout emphasized the need to talk with the 
prospective high school's athletic director to determine 
availability, interest and confirmation to host the sectional 
baseball tournament prior to submitting the site to the 
K.H.S.A.A. 

The next item of business was continuation of the high 
school baseball committee meetings. The committee 
members concurred that they believed the meetings were 
informative and valuable. Commissioner Stout recommended 
the committee plan to hold its main organizational meeting 
each year to take place during the Kentucky High School 
Baseball Coaches' Association (K.H.S.B.C.A.) annual clinic. 
Mac Whitaker (Harrison County), Clinic Coordinator, agreed 
and noted that adequate time will be given forthe meeting and 
is included in the agenda for the 1 989 annual clinic which will 
be held in November. 

The next item for discussion concerned holding post 
season tournaments on fields that had lights. In the past some 
schools were forced to dismiss early due to their having to 
play games on fields not having lights. 

Gilbert Wilson (Pulaski County) made a motion that one 
criteria in selecting a site to host regional, sectional and state 
tournament be that the site maintain lighted facilities. Coach 
Wilson's motion added that teams involved in those 
tournaments vote on what times to play the games. In 
addition, the majority vote would govern the time set 

Bill Wayne (Henderson County) seconded the motion. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

The next agenda item was discussion of umpire fee 
structure. 

Commissioner Stout stated that the recommendation on 
umpire fee structure should be submitted in writing to the 
K.H.S.A.A. and come from the committee. The structure is to 
be based on a per game basis, excluding mileage. 

Cont. on Page 12 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1989 



PAGE THREE 



STATE WRESTLING RESULTS — 1989 
TEAM STANDINGS 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 

18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 



Trinity 131.5 

Hopkinsville 1 26.5 

Christian County 106 

Waggener 103 

Western 88.5 

St. Xavier 82 

Lex. Henry Clay 73 

Campbell County 67 

Conner 60 

Moore 58 

Woodford County 52 

Harrison County 43.5 

Fern Creek 41 

Pleasure Ridge Park 40.5 

North Hardin 40 

Fairdale 34.5 

Frankfort 34.5 

Lafayette 34 

Dixie Heights 33.5 

Lex. Tates Creek 30 

Fort Campbell 28 



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26. 

27. 

29. 
30. 

31. 

33. 
34. 

36. 

38. 



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Union County 20 

Danville 19 

Ky. Country Day 17 

Simon Kenton 17 

Johnson Central 16 

Oldham County 12 

Webster County 12 

Scott 10 

Sheldon Clark 6.5 

Caldwell County 6 

West Hardin 6 

East Hardin 5 

Boone County 4 

Doss 4 

Paducah Tilghman 3 

Wayne County 3 

Eastern 2 

Fort Knox 2 

Jeffersontown 2 

Lex. Bryan Station 1 



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2. 


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6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


Total 


1. 


Notre Dame Academy 


32.0 


23.0 


12.0 


4.5 


0.0 


6.0 


5.0 


12.0 


17.0 


27.0 


26.0 


164.5 


2. 


Elizabethtown 


24.0 


16.0 


12.0 


0.0 


0.0 


9.0 


0.0 


28.0 


15.0 


5.0 


20. 


129.0 


3. 


Bowling Green 


18.0 


7.0 


0.0 


10.0 


0.0 


2.0 


7.0 


11.0 


12.0 


10.0 


24.0 


101.0 


4. 


Beechwood 


0.0 


0.0 


18.0 


16.0 


0.0 


13.0 


16.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


32.0 


95.0 


5. 


Henry Clay 


22.0 


1.0 


23.0 


0.0 


5.0 


16.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


13.0 


8.0 


88.0 


6. 


Model 


26.0 


0.0 


0.0 


25.0 


0.0 


12.0 


12.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


75.0 


7. 


Eastern 


20.0 


10.0 


0.0 


3.5 


0.0 


0.0 


13.0 


0.0 


9.0 


2.0 


14.0 


71.5 


8. 


Paul Blazer 


0.0 


5.0 


9.0 


9.0 


0.0 


0.0 


9.0 


9.0 


3.0 


0.0 


22.0 


66.0 


9. 


Sacred Heart Academy 


2.0 


3.0 


3.0 


0.0 


36.0 


0.0 


0.0 


5.0 


7.0 


0.0 


0.0 


56.0 


10. 


Scott 


14.0 


13.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


10.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


7.0 


0.0 


44.0 


11. 


Hopkinsville 


0.0 


2.0 


0.0 


5.0 


0.0 


0.0 


10.0 


1.0 


0.0 


0.0 


18.0 


36.0 


12. 


Male (tie) 


8.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


10.0 


7.0 


0.0 


0.0 


7.0 


0.0 


0.0 


32.0 


12. 


Tates Creek (tie) 


4.0 


4.0 


0.0 


0.0 


2.0 


0.0 


2.0 


10.0 


0.0 


10.0 


0.0 


32.0 


14. 


Villa Madonna Academy 


0.0 


0.0 


4.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


7.0 


0.0 


12.0 


6.0 


29.0 


15. 


Owensboro Catholic 


0.0 


0.0 


11.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


13.0 


1.0 


0.0 


25.0 


16. 


Sayre 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


11.0 


0.0 


13.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


24.0 


17. 


Daviess County 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


11.0 


0.0 


0.0 


11.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


22.0 


18. 


Taylor County 


6.0 


0.0 


0.0 


2.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


9.0 


0.0 


17.0 


19. 


Simon Kenton 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


16.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


16.0 


20. 


Ballard (tie) 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


7.0 


0.0 


0.0 


3.0 


3.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


13.0 


20. 


Bryan Station (tie) 


0.0 


9.0 


00 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


4.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


13.0 


22. 


Holmes 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


12.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


12.0 


23. 


Madisonville No. Hopkins 


10.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


10.0 


24. 


Kentucky County Day (tie) 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


7.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


7.0 


24. 


Lafayette (tie) 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


7.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


7.0 


26. 


Attierton (tie) 


0.0 


0.0 


1.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


4.0 


0.0 


5.0 


26. 


Lexington Catholic (tie) 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


5.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


5.0 


28. 


Brown (tie) 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


4.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


4.0 


28. 


Highlands (tie) 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


4.0 


4.0 


30. 


Ohio County 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


3.0 


0.0 


3.0 


31. 


Henderson County 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


1.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


1.0 



GIRLS' INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 



1 - 200 Yard Medley Relay 

1. Notre uan.i: Academy (NDA) 1.56.72 

2 Model (MOD) 157,15 

3 Elizabethtown (ET) 1:57 51 

4 Henry Clay (HO) 1:59.03 

5. Eastern (EST) 2:0111 

6 Bowling Green (BG) 2:02.21 

#2 - 200 Yard Freestyle 

1. Stephanie Livers (ET) 1:54.66 

2 Jennifer Andrews (SCT) 1:58.92 

3 Karen Bresser (NDA) 1:59.14 

4 Teresa Jump (NDA) 1:59.27 

5 Mellisa Blandford (EST) 2:00.38 

6 Hilary Mink (BS) 2:02.58 

#3 Girls 200 Yard Individual Medley 

1. Jennifer Brooks (HC) 2:12.49 

2. Talor Bendel (BEE) 2:15-51 

3. Holly Evans (ET) 2:15.82 

4 Tonya Lyddane (OCH) 2:16.07 

5 Traci Pomeroy (NDA) 2:16.71 

6. Jan Alvey (PB) 2:17.37 

#4 50 Yard Freestyle 

1 . Paige Bendel (BEE) 24 43 

2 Kerry Fraas (MOD) 24.84 

3. Renan Wisenbaker (MOD) 25.36 

4 Jamie Mueller (DC) 25.62 

5. Julie Daniel (BG) 25.73 

6- Kim Hogan (PB) 25.76 



#5 1 Meter Diving 

I.Tara Justice (SK) 384.60 

2. Heather Pollard (SHA) 373.40 

3 Allison Heger (HOL) 36100 

4. Karin Kocherl (SHA) 356.20 

5. Whitney Arnette (MLE) 349.80 

6. Carrie Waldeyer (SHA) 339.75 

#6 100 Yard Butterfly 

1. Jena Ramsey (HC) 58.89 

2. Talor Bendel (BEE) 59.13 

3. Renan Wisenbaker (MOD) 1:00.03 

4. Dyer Ashley (SAY) 1:00.05 

5. Jennifer Andrews (SCT) 59.54 

6. Holly Evans (ET) 1:00.10 

#7 100 Yard Freestyle 

I.Paige Bendel (BEE) 53.50 

2. Mellisa Blandford (EST) 54.72 

3. Kerry Fraas (MOD) 54.69 

4. Jaime Mueller (DC) 56.51 

5. Kim Proffitt (HOP) 57.11 

6. Kim Hogan (PB) 57.07 

#8 500 Yard Freestyle 

1. Stephanie Livers (ET) 5:02.82 

2. Dyer Ashley (SAY) 5:15.43 

3. Teresa Jump (NDA) 5:18.57 

4. J.J Moore (BG) 5:20.00 

5. Diana Roberts (ET) 5:21.25 

6. Ginger Caslle (PB) 5:23.77 



#9 100 Yard Backstroke 

1. Karen Bresser (NDA) 1:02.26 

2. Tonya Lyddane (OCH) 1:02.92 

3. Andi Dexter (BG) 1:04.86 

4. Jennifer lanke (ET) 1:04.86 

5. Ashli Collins (TC) 1:04.96 

6. Jan Howell (EST) 1:05.64 



#10 100 Yard Breaststroke 

1. Traci Pomeroy (NDA) 1 

2, Jennifer Brooks (HC) 1 

3 Erin O'Gorman (VMA) 1 

4. Aly Boehmer (NOA) 1 

5. Mary Rascoe (60) l 

6. Jenny Allen (TAY) 1 



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10.40 
10.60 
11-32 
12.15 
12.55 



#11 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

1. Beechwood 3:46.28 

2. Notre Dame Academy 3:48.11 

3. Bowling Green 3:48.67 

4. Paul Blazer 3:49.77 

5 Elizabethtown 3:50.86 

6. Hopkinsville 3:54.71 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1989 



PAGE FIVE 



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University of Kentuclcy 

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 3 & 4, 1989 





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2. Elizabethtown 

3. Covington Catholic 

4. Lafayette 

5. Model 

6. Bowling Green 

7. Paul Blazer 
8 Tates Creek 
9. Male 

10. Eastern 

11. Highlands (tie) 
11. Hopkinsville (tie) 
13. Atherton (tie) 
13. Ballard (tie) 

13. Manual (tie) 

16. Woodford County 

17. Shelby County 

18. Conner 

19. Daviess County 

20. Henderson County (tie) 
20. Madisonville No. Hopkins 

22. Bourbon County 

23. Beechvi^ood (tie) 
23. Trinity (tie) 

23. Waggener (tie) 

26. Kentucky Country Day 

27 Lexington Catholic (tie) 

27. Simon Kenton (tie) 

28. Oneida Baptist 

30. Scott 

31. Campbellsviile 

32. Ow/ensboro Catholic 

33. Fort Knox 

34. Dixie Heights (tie) 
34. North Hardin (tie) 



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1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


Total 


26.0 


17.0 


29.0 


14.0 


10.0 


16.0 


23.0 


23.0 


23.0 


13.0 


32.0 


226.0 


32.0 


10.0 


18.0 


11.0 


0.0 


23.0 


12.0 


12.0 


25.0 


14.0 


20.0 


177.0 


0.0 


7.0 


0.0 


14.0 


00 


3.0 


13.0 


10.0 


70 


0.0 


26.0 


80.0 


14.0 


0.0 


12.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


260 


0.0 


24.0 


76.0 


24.0 


9.0 


0.0 


5.0 


22.0 


0.0 


3.0 


4.0 


0.0 


0.0 


8.0 


75.0 


10.0 


0.0 


0.0 


3.0 


16. 


0.0 


13.0 


0.0 


9.0 


0.0 


18.0 


69.0 


0.0 


13.0 


11.0 


0.0 


1.0 


00 


0.0 


11.0 


00 


12.0 


14.0 


62.0 


6.0 


0.0 


0.0 


7.0 


11.0 


4.0 


0.0 


0.0 


00 


00 


22.0 


50.0 


22.0 


0.0 


8.0 


0.0 


0.0 


2.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


7.0 


0.0 


39.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


16.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


16.0 


0.0 


32.0 


2.0 


11.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


11.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


24.0 


0.0 


3.0 


0.0 


0.0 


7.0 


0.0 


1.0 


3.0 


0.0 


0.0 


10.0 


24.0 


0.0 


0.0 


10.0 


0.0 


0.0 


13.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


23.0 


0.0 


5.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


5.0 


9.0 


0.0 


4.0 


0.0 


23.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


10. 


0.0 


13.0 


0.0 


00 


0.0 


23.0 


20.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


00 


0.0 


0.0 


20.0 


18.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


00 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


18.0 


0.0 


4.0 


0.0 


0.0 


12.0 


0.0 


0.0 


1.5 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


17.5 


0.0 


12.0 


0.0 


0,0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


5.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


17.0 


4.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


00 


0.0 


10.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


2.0 


16.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


9.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


1.0 


0.0 


6.0 


16.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


9.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


5.0 


0.0 


14.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


10.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


3.0 


0.0 


13.0 


8.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


5.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


13.0 


0.0 


0.0 


4.0 


0.0 


0.0 


9.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


13.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


10.0 


0.0 


10.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


7.0 


0.0 


0.0 


2.0 


0.0 


0.0 


9.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


00 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


9.0 


0.0 


9.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


4.0 


0.0 


0.0 


2.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


6.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


00 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


4.0 


4.0 


0.0 


2.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


1.5 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


3.5 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


3.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


3.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


00 


2.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


2.0 


0.0 


0.0 


1.0 


0.0 


0.0 


00 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


1.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


1.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


1.0 



BOYS' INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 



#1 - 200 Yard Medley Relay 

1 Elizabethtown (ET) 140 39* 

2 Saint Xawier (STX) 1 44 04 

3 Model (MOD) 14916 

4 Male(MLE) 1 49 43 

5 Woodford County (WC) 1 49 48 

6 Shelby County (SHC) 1 51 38 

#2 - 200 Yard Freestyle 

1 Van Stoutt (STX) 145 05 

2 Jason Gannon (PB) 1 46.23 

3. Brian Keller (DC) 148.24 

4 Dave Sower (HGH) l 49 91 

5 Kevin Retry (ET) 1 49.21 

6 Paul Sirek (MOD) 1 50 29 

#3 • 200 Yard Individual Medley 

r Chris Jotin (STX) 158 18 

2, David Northup (STX) 2 00,63 

3, Ryan Peal (LAP) 2:01.62 

4, Chan Ferguson (PB) 2:04,07 

5 Thad Zdobylak (ATM) 2:04.06 

6 Jason McGrew (ET) 2:04.21 

#4 • 50 Yard Freestyle 

1 Rodger McAlister (EST) 21.34* 

2 JJ. Neubacher (CC) 22,57 

3. Josh Henderson (STX) 22,81 

4, D.J. Cyganiewicz (ETl 22.74 

5 Bob Lee (BEE) 22 89 

6 Jonathan Lovell (BOU) 23.08 



#5 - 1 Meter Diving 

1 Nathan Ruff (BG) 35000 

2 Brent Chastain (MOD) 332 75 

3 John Bonar (CON) 300 75 

4 Greg Leaf (TC) 295 45 

5 John Proctor (STX) 278.40 

6 Chris Hand (MOD) 267 60 

#6 -100 Yard Butterfly 

1 . Raid Brown (STX) 53 23 

2 Thad Zdobylak (ATH) 53.36 

3 John Godfrey (ET) 54.17 

4 Bill Walters (ET) 54 35 

5 Chad Cummins (MAN) 54.67 

6 Mike Collins (WAG) 55 25 

#7 -100 Yard Freestyle 

1 Van Stoutt (STX) 48 25 

2 J J Neubacher (CC) 49.62 

3 D J Cyganiewicz (ET) 49.94 

4 Dave Sower (HGH) 50.02 

5 Scott Logan (HEN) 50.65 

6 Brad Rudolph (BG) 50.91 

#8 - 500 Yard Freestyle 

1 David Norlhrup (STX) 4:47 01 

2. Chad Cummins (MAN) 4:47.30 

3. Kevin Retry (ET) 4:50.64 

4 Jason Gannon (RB) 4:54.08 

5 Dave Bresser (CC) 4:56 65 

6 Scott Hunt (BAL) 4.58,97 



#9-100 Yard Backstroke 

1 Chris John (STX) 53 77 

2 John Godfrey (ET) 54.21 

3 Bill Walters (ET) 55.66 

4 Ryan Peal (LAF) 56 82 

5 Chris Waldhart (LAF) 58.47 

6 Jonathan Coombs (BG) 59.76 

#10-100 Yard Breaststroke 

1 Rodger McAlister (EST) 59.75 

2 Jeff Offutt (STX) 1:02.28 

3 Chan Ferguson (PB) 1:02.64 

4 Jason McGrew (ET) 1:03.28 

5 Jason Town (KCD) 1:03.42 

6 Mark Brooks (SK) 1:04.23 

#11 - 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

1. Saint Xavier 3:15.65 

2. Covington Catholic 3:24.05 

3 Lafayette 3:26.55 

4 Tates Creek 3:28.39 

5. Elizabethtown 3:26.75 

6 Bowling Green 3:29.10 



' denotes new state record 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1989 



1989 GIRLS' GOLF REGIONS 



1989 BOYS' GOLF REGIONS 



Caldwell County — Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, 
Calloway County, Central City, Christian County, Crittenden 
County, Fort Campbell, Greenville, Henderson County, 
Hicl<man County, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon County, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, Mayfield, Murray, Ohio County, 
Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary, Union County, 
Webster County, West Hopkins. 

Bowling Green — Allen County, Apollo, Barren County, 
Bowling Green, Butler County, Caverna, Clinton County, 
Daviess County, Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow, Hart County, 
Monroe County, Owensboro, Russellville, Warren Central. 

Louisville — Atherton, Assumption, Ballard, Butler, Central, 
Christian Academy, Doss, duPont Manual, Eastern, Evangel, 
Holy Cross, Holy Rosary, Iroquois, Kentucky Country Day, 
Louisville Collegiate, Male, Mercy, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Portland Christian, Sacred Heart, Shawnee, Southern, 
Southwest Christian, St. Francis, Valley, Waggener, Western. 

Elizabethtown — Adair County, Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle 
County, Breckinridge County, Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, 
Campbellsville, Danville, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort 
Knox, Green County, Hancock County, Marion County, 
Meade County, Nelson County, North Hardin, Taylor County, 
Washington County, West Hardin. 

Owen County — Beechwood, Boone County, Carroll County, 
Campbell County, Conner, Dayton, Dixie Heights, Eminence, 
Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross, Oldham County, Owen 
County, Notre Dame, Scott, Silver Grove, Trimble County, Villa 
Madonna, Williamstown. 

Woodford County — Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin 
County, Harrodsburg, Henry Clay, Jessamine County, 
Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, Mercer County, Scott County, 
Shelby County, Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford County. 

Richmond — Belfry, Casey County, Cawood, Corbin, 
Cumberland, Estill County, Garrard County, George Rogers 
Clark, Harlan, Jenkins, Knox Central, Laurel County, Lee 
County, Lincoln County, McCreary Central, Madison Central, 
Model, Monticello, Pineville, Pulaski County, Russell County, 
Somerset, Wayne County. 

Morehead — Boyd County, Fleming County, Harrison 
County, Hazard, Johnson Central, McDowell, Mason County, 
Maysville, Montgomery County, Nicholas County, Paintsville, 
Paul Blazer, Pikeville, Powell County, Prestonsburg, 
F^celand, Rowan County, St. Patrick. 




Campbell County — Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Campbell 
County, Dayton, Fleming County, Grant County, Highlands, 
Lewis County, Mason County, Maysville, Newport, Newport 
Central Catholic, Pendleton County, St. Patrick, Silver Grove, 
Williamstown. 

Frankfort — Bourbon County, Bryan Station, Eminence, 
Frankfort, Franklin County, George Rogers Clark, Harrison 
County, Henry Clay, Henry County, Lafayette, Lexington 
Catholic, Montgomery County, Nicholas County, Oldham 
County, Paris, Sayre, Scott County, Shelby County, Tates 
Creek, Western Hills, Woodford County. 

Washington County — Adair County, Anderson County, 
Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle County, Burgin, Campbellsville, 
Casey County, Danville, Garrard County, Green County, 
Harrodsburg, Jessamine County, Lincoln County, Marion 
County, Mercer County, Nelson County, Russell County, 
Taylor County, Washington County. 

Somerset — Berea, Bell County, Cawood, Corbin, 
Cumberland, Estill County, Harlan, Hazard, Knox Central, 
Laurel County, Lee County, McCreary County, Madison 
Central, Middlesboro, Model, Monticello, Oneida Baptist 
Institute, Pineville, Pulaski County, Somerset, Wayne County. 

Paintsville — Bath County, Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd County, 
East Carter, Fairview, Greenup County, Elkhorn City, Jenkins, 
Johnson Central, Lawrence County, McDowell, Paintsville, 
Paul Blazer, Phelps, Pikeville, Powell County, Prestonsburg, 
Raceland, Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Clark. 

Lake Barkley — Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, 
Calloway County, Christian County, Crittenden County, Fort 
Campbell, Fulton, Fulton County, Graves County, Hickman 
County, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon County, Marshall 
County, Mayfield, Murray, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, St. 
Mary, Todd County Central, University Heights. 

Owensboro — Apollo, Breckinridge County, Central City, 
Baviess County, Greenville, Hancock County, Henderson 
County, McLean County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, 
Meade County, Ohio County, Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic, Providence, South Hopkins, Union County, Webster 
County, West Hopkins. 

Bowling Green — Allen County, Barren County, Bowling 
Green, Butler County, Caverna, Clinton County, East Hardin, 
Edmonson County, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Franklin- 
Simpson, Glasgow, Grayson County, Hart County, LaRue 
County, Monroe County, North Hardin, Russellville, Warren 
East, Warren Central, West Hardin. 

West Jefferson — Beth Haven, Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, 
Butler, Central, DeSales, Doss, Evangel, Fairdale, Holy Cross, 
Iroquois, Ninth & O, North Bullitt, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Portland Christian, Shawnee, Southern, Southwest Christian, 
Valley, Western. 

East Jefferson — Atherton, Ballard, Christian Academy, 
duPont Manual, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, 
Kentucky Country Day, Louisville Collegiate, Male, Moore, St. 
Francis, St. Xavier, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener. 

Covington — Beechwood, Boone County, Carroll County, 
Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Dixie Heights, 
Gallatin County, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Owen 
County, St. Henry, Scott, Simon Kenton, Trimble County, 
Walton-Verona. 



From The Commissioner's Office (Ml@71i) © (^i@?i 



REMINDER TO SCHOOLS CONCERNING LIMITATION OF SEASONS 

All schools are reminded of the Limitation of Seasons Rules, K.H.S.A.A. 
By-Law 27, as it applies to competition after the conclusion of the 
regular season. ALL SPORTS are affected by this rule, which states 
that following the teams' last regular season match, there shall be no 
further practice or play as a team for the remainder of the school 
year, with the exception of the K.H.S.A.A. tournament. Please be sure 
your coaches are aware of this important rule, and that they are not 
involved in coaching the team in an outside league, or other 
competition. For the high school coach, be they the Head Coach or an 
assistant coach, to coach members of the high school team in a league 
outside of the school's legal regular season competition, regardless of 
the type of league, would be a violation of the rules governing the 
Limitation of Seasons. 

ATI, INC TO BEGIN NEW CONCEPT IN FOOTBALL HELMET TECHNOLOGY 

Athletic Technology, Inc. has begun a new aggressive format in the 
manufacturing, selling, fitting, reconditioning, replacing and 
servicing of football helmets. With home offices to be located in 
Vienna, West Virginia, this new company hopes to continue to emphasize 
the safety needs of football players, while at the same time offering a 
value plan for the member schools who choose to join. Bill Hanlin, 
long time Commissioner of the West Virginia Secondary School Activities 
Association, has now been hired as the Executive Director of the 
company and brings his years of experience in the field to the new 
position. If you would like further details concerning this company, 
contact ATI for an informational brochure at (304)375-5824, or write to 
431 Victoria Avenue, Williamstown, WV, 26187. 

NEWPORT SEEKS BASKETBALL COACH 

The Newport Board of Education is now accepting applications for the 
Boys' Head Basketball Coaching position. Applications for this 
position will be taken until March 24, 1989 and should be directed to 
Jim Weyer, Athletic Director, 301 East Eighth Street, Newport, KY 
41071. 

N.I. A. A. A. TO PRODUCE NEW MANUAL FOR COLLEGE BOUND ATHLETES 

The NIAAA is now accepting orders to the "Guide to the College-Bound 
Student Athlete and their Parents", as well as the "Athletic 
Administrators Reference Manual." The guide for the college bound 
athlete was prepared by a special ad hoc committee working under the 
direction of the NIAAA's Professional Development Committee. The guide 
has been previewed by representatives of the NCAA, the NIAAA officers, 
and several members of the National Federation Headquarters staff. 
This is a tremendous publication that will have a significant impact on 
hundreds of thousands of potential college student-athletes presently 
enrolled in high schools represented by the NIAAA membership. The 
regular price of the guide will be $2.00 but is now being sold to NIAAA 
members for only $1.00 per copy. 

For further information, contact the National Federation at P.O. Box 
20626, Kansas City, Missouri, 64195. 



OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

Many schools are working on 1989 football schedules with consideration for 
two year contracts to cover the remainder of the alignment period (1989 
and 1990). With this in mind, please submit your open dates to this 
office so that we may again compile a list to assist you in scheduling. 
Please submit these open dates in writing and include 1) the game date 
desired, and 2) a contact name and daytime phone number. 

Week One (August 18) - Fleming-Neon, contact David Jones 
(606)855-7597. Pineville, contact Tim Saylor (606)337-2361. 

Week Two (August 25) - Bardstown, contact Coach Garni s Martin 
(502)348-5913. Christian County, contact Coach Dan Goble 
(502)887-1121. Dixie Heights, contact Don Afterkirk, Athletic 
Director (606)341-7650. Ironton (OH), contact Mike Burcham, A.D. 
(614)532-3911. Shelby County, contact Rod Cloyd, Athletic 
Director (502)633-2443. Tates Creek, contact Assistant Coach Joe 
Ruddell, (606)272-1513. Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob Rose, 
(606)549-1915, 3800, or 1737. 

Week Three (September 1) 1989 - Dayton, contact Stan Steidel 
(606)261-4357. Jefferson City, Jefferson City, Missouri. 
Contact Pete Adkins (314)636-7171; Notre Dame, Portsmouth, OH. 
Contact Randy Martin (614)353-4255. Waggener, contact Jack 
Jacobs or Don Ludwig (502)454-8340. Williamsburg, contact Coach 
Bob Rose, (606)549-1915, 3800, or 1737. 

Week Four (September 8), 1989 - Fleming-Neon, contact David Jones 
(606)855-7597. Franklin Simpson, contact Walter Heath 
(502)586-3273. Perry Meridian in Indianapolis is seeking a game 
with a Kentucky school. They are Indiana Class 5A (approximately 
1500 students, top three grades). Desire home game in 1989, road 
game in 1990. Contact Noah Ellis, (317)882-4229. Providence, 
Clarksville, Indiana. Contact Bob Fields, A.D. (812)945-2538. 
Whitley County, contact Principal Virgil Chambers (606)549-1360. 

Week Five (September 15) 1989 - Christian County, contact Coach Dan 
Goble (502)887-1121. Dayton, contact Stan Steidel 
(606)261-4357. Donelson Christian Academy (central Tennessee), 
Jefferson City, Jefferson City, Missouri. Contact Pete Adkins 
(314)636-7171. Pineville, contact Tim Saylor, A.D. 
(606)337-2361. 

Week Six (September 22) 1989 - Edmonson County, contact Gary Meredith, 
A.D. (502)597-2151. Harpeth, Kingston Springs, Tennessee, 
contact Coach Bill Cox (615)797-2811. LaRue County (would prefer 
away), contact Phil Eason (502)358-9200. Russellville, contact 
Wayne Mullen (502)726-8421. 

Week Seven (September 29) 1989 - Danville, contact Sam Harp 
(606)236-7957, or (606)236-5437. Jefferson City, Jefferson City, 
Missouri. Contact Pete Adkins (314)636-7171. Pineville, contact 
Tim Saylor, A.D. (606)337-2361. Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob 
Rose, (606)549-1915, 3800, or 1737. 

Week Eight (October 6) 1989 - Amelia (OH), approximately 15 miles SE 
of Cincinnati, contact Tom Carr (513)753-5120. Christian County, 
contact Coach Dan Goble (502)887-1121. Elkhorn City, contact 
Jerry Childers, Athletic Director (606)754-7417 or 9098. Jefferson 
City, Jefferson City, Missouri. Contact Pete Adkins 
(314)636-7171. LaRue County (would prefer home), contact Phil 
Eason (502)358-9200. 



OPEN FOOTBALL DATES (Continued) 

Week Nine (October 13) 1989 - Jefferson City, Jefferson City, 
Missouri. Contact Pete Adkins (314)636-7171. Morrow Little Miami 
High School, just outside of Cincinnati, approximately 530 in top 
three grades. Contact Rob Blanton (513)899-3781. Pineville, 
contact Tim Saylor, A.D. (606)337-2361. Russell, contact Jerry 
Klaiber, A.D. (606)836-9650. St. Xavier (Cincinnati), 
(approximately 1200 boys), contact Ross Butler, A.D. (513)761-7600, 
ext. 601. Robert A. Taft, Cincinnati, OH. Contact Raymond 
Spicher, A.D. (513)381-0890. 

Week Ten (October 20) 1989 - Bardstown, contact Coach Garni s Martin 
(502)348-5913. Ironton (OH), contact Mike Burcham, A.D. 
(614)532-3911. 

Week Eleven (October 27) 1989 - LaRue County (would prefer home), 
contact Phil Eason (502)358-9200. 

Week Twelve (November 3) 1989 - Edmonson County, contact Gary 
Meredith, A.D. (502)597-2151. Shelby County, contact Rod Cloyd, 
Athletic Director (502)633-2443. 

SCHEDULE OF MEDICAL SYMPOSIUMS 

The following is the schedule of the Medical Symposiums required by the 
State Department of Education for all Head Coaches in K. M.S. A. A. 
sanctioned sports. A letter is being sent to all schools informing them 
of this important change approved recently by the State Board of 
Education. This new regulation requires bi-annual attendance at one of 
the approved Medical Symposiums. THESE SEMINARS HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH 
THE CPR REQUIREMENT. THEY ARE A COMPLETELY SEPERATE REQUIREMENT. 
Beginning this year, bi-annual attendance is required. If you attended a 
seminar in 1988, you do not need to attend a 1989 symposium. The schedule 
for this year is as follows -- 

April 22 - University of Louisville (502)637-3636, Dr. Raymond Shea, 

Suite 150, Audobon Medical Plaza, 40217 
May 20 - Surgical Center, Elizabethtown (502)737-5200, George 

Hosfield, Surgical Center, 708 Westpost Road, 42701 
July 1 - University of Kentucky, Lexington (606)257-3232, J. Michael 

Ray, Orthopaedic Surgery, University Medical Plaza, Rose 

Street, 40536-0223. 
June 10 - Murray-Calloway Hospital, Murray (502)753-5131, Ms. Kathie 

Pierce, Health-Promotions, 803 Poplar Street, 42071 
June 17 - Trover Clinic, Madisonville (502)825-7200, Dr. James Bowles, 

Clinic Drive, 42431 
July 22 - Bourbon County Hospital, Paris. Program Chairman - Dr. J. 

Michael Ray, Orthopaedic Surgery, University Medical Plaza, 

Rose Street, 40536-0223. 
July 15 - Kentucky Wesleyan College, Owensboro (502)683-2441, Dr. Wm. 

McManus, P.O. Box 1441, Owensboro, 42301. 
July 21/22- Northern KY University. Mike Miller, Sports Medicine, St. 

Elizabeth Hospital, 401 East 20th, Covington, 41014. 
July 15 - Ashland. Dr. Garner Robinson, M.D. 700 13th Street, 

Ashland, KY 41101. 
July 22 - Paintsville. Mary L. Ireland, M.D. (606)-276-5266. 1800 

South Limestone, Suite 101, Lexington, 40503. 



CORRECTION CONCERNING SOFTBALL SIZE 

The February issue of the "Athlete" contained the minutes of the January Board 
of Control meeting and stated that the softball size for 1989 would be the 
eleven inch softball. This is incorrect. For the 1989 State Softball 
tournament, the twelve ball will continue to be used, with the eleven inch ball 
becoming the tournament ball in 1990. We apologize for any inconvenience this 
may have caused. 



REMINDER CONCERNING ACADEMIC 

Last fall, Athletic Directors were mailed 
State Teams. The deadline for nominat 
basbetball, swimming and wrestling, is 
submit these nominations, and also keep 
detailed in the cover letter. One addition 
to based on a 4.0 scale. If your schoo 
need to convert the g.p.a. numbers to a 4.0 
be accepted. Thanks again for your cooperat 



ALL STATE NOMINATIONS 

the nominations for the Academic All 
ions for athletes in winter sports, 
April 7, 1989. Please remember to 

in mind the requirements which were 
al point, the grade point average is 
1 does not use a 4.0 scale, you will 

scale in order that the nominations 
ion. 



A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1989 

With the enforcement of the N.C.A.A. Minimum Eligibility Guidelines, it is 
important to keep up with the test dates for the American College Testing 
Assessment (ACT test), and the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT test). 
For the remainder of this school year, the ACT schedule is as follows: 
Test Date Regular Postmark Deadline Late Deadl ine 



04/15/89 
06/10/89 
For the remainder 
Test Date 
05/06/89 
06/03/89 



03/17/89 
05/12/89 
of this school year, the SAT schedule is as 

Registration Deadline 

03/31/89 

04/28/89 



04/04/89 
05/30/89 
follows: 



CONGRATULATIONS TO JIM WATKINS, SOUTHERN HIGH SCHOOL 

Congratulations to Jim Watkins, Athletic Director at Southern High School has 
been recognized by the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators 
Association as a Certified Athletic Administrator. To earn this distinction, 
Watkins has demonstrated the highest level of knowledge and expertise in the 

athletic administration. Watkins is one of 97 
administrators nationwide to attain this level of 
The NIAAA is a national professional organization 
consisting of all 50, state athletic administrators associations, and more than 
5000 individual members. It is dedicated to promoting the professional growth 
of high school athletic administrators and preserving the educational nature of 
interscholastic athletics and the place of these programs in the secondary 
school curriculum. Congratulations again to Jim Watkins, of Southern High 
School for earning this distinction. 



field of interscholastic 
interscholastic athletic 
professionalism in 1988. 



APPROVED DATES FOR FUTURE BOYS & GIRLS STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 

Diddle Arena, Bowling Green 

Freedom Hall, Louisville 

Rupp Arena, Lexington 

Farnham Dudgeon Civic Center, Frankfort 

Site to be Determined 

Site to be Determined 



1990 


- Girls 


- March 14 - 


17 




Boys 


- March 21 - 


24 


1991 


- Boys 


- March 13 - 


16 




Girls 


- March 20 - 


23 


1992 


- Boys 


- March 18 - 


21 




Girls 


- March 25 - 


28 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1989 



PAGE SEVEN 



1989 REGIONAL GOLF MANAGERS 



BOYS' REGIONAL MANAGERS 
Lake Barkley — Buddy Perry, Trigg County High School, 
Highway 68 East, Box 501A, Cadiz, Kentucky 42211, 
502-522-6072. 

Owensboro — Ron Peyton, Owensboro High School, 1800 
Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301, 502-684- 
7221. 

Bowling Green — Danny Spillman, Bowling Green High 
School, 1801 Rockingham Lane, Bowling Green, Kentucky 
42101,502-842-1674. 

Frankfort — Joe Rogers, Western Hills High School. 100 
Doctors Drive, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601, 502-875-2900. 

Washington County — Bill Frost, Washington County High 
School, Lincoln Park Road, Springfield, Kentucky 40069, 
606-336-3996., 

West Jefferson — Joe Freshley, Doss High School, 7601 St. 

Andrews Church Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40214, 502- 

454-8239. 

East Jefferson — Marty Donlon, St. Xavier High School, 1609 

Poplar Level Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40217, 502-636- 

2525,502-637-4712. 

Covington — Jack Demming, Lloyd Memorial High School, 
Box 99, Bartlett Avenue, Erianger, Kentucky 41015, 606- 
727-1535. 

Campbell County — Tom Hummel/Carl Wenderoth, 3057 
Magnolia Court, Edgewood, Kentucky 41017, (Hummel) 606- 
623-4161, (Wenderoth) 606-825-6085. 

Somerset — Jeff Littrell, Somerset High School, College 
Street, Somerset, Kentucky 42501, 606-678-4721. 

Paintsville — Walter Brugh, Paintsville High School, P.O. Box 
152, Paintsville, Kentucky 41240, 606-789-3881. 
*StateTournamentManager — John Hackett, 830 McCullum 
Avenue, Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701, 502-765-4240. 

*Coordinator — Larry Schmidt, Golf Pro, Kentucky Golf 
Association, P.O. Box 20146, Louisville, Kentucky 40220. 



GIRLS' MANAGERS 
Caldwell County — Al Qlordana, Caldwell County High 
School, Box 350, Princeton, Kentucky 42445, 502-365-3531. 

Bowling Green — John Strode, Bowling Green High School, 
1801 Rockingham Lane, Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101, 
502-842-1674. 

Louisville — Raymond Kuhn, Ballard High School, 6000 
Brownsboro Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40222, 502-895-0567. 

Elizabethtown — Pat Wise, Elizabethtown High School, 620 
North Mulberry Street, Elizabethtown. Kentucky 42701, 
502-769-3381. 

Woodford County — Lou Brown, Jessamine County High 
School, Route 4, Nicholasville, Kentucky 40356, 606-887- 
2421. 

Owen County — Gran Mefford, Owen County High School, 
Route 4, Owenton, Kentucky 40359, 502-484-5509. 

Richmond — Sue Tussey, Madison Central High School, 705 
North Second Street, Richmond, Kentucky 40475, 606- 
623-1530. 

Morehead — Dr. Ron Walke. Rowan County High School, 
Route 5, Morehead. Kentucky 40351. 606-784-7721. 
State Manager — Lou Brown, Jessamine County High 
School, Route 4, Nicholasville, Kentucky 40356, 606-887- 
2421 (School) 606-385-3952 (Home). 




e 



1989 REGIONAL TENNIS MANAGERS - BOYS AND GIRLS 



Bowling Green (Boys & Girls) — Todd Metcalfe, Bowling 
Green High School, 1801 Rockingham Lane, Bowling Green. 
Kentucky 42101, 502-842-1674/782-2593. 

Henderson County (Boys & Girls) — Nonnie Harper. 
Henderson County High School, 2424 Zion Road. Henderson. 
Kentucky 42420. 502-827-2506. 

Elizabethtown (Boys & Girls) — David Rogers. Morningside 
Elementary School, Morningside Drive, Elizabethtown, 
Kentucky 42701, 502/769-3359/737-4658. 

East Jefferson (Girls) — Bob Roos, Ballard High School, 6000 
Brownsboro Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40222, 502-454-8206/ 
425-7687. 

East Jefferson (Boys) — John Dover, Kentucky Country Day 
High School, 4100 Springdate Road, Louisville, Kentucky 
40241,502-423-0440. 

Central Jefferson (Girls) — Jay Levine, Male High School, 91 1 
South Brook Street Louisville, Kentucky 40203, 502-454-8292/ 
491-4817. 

Central Jefferson (Boys) — Joseph Kroh, St. Xavier High 
School, 1609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40217, 
502-637-4712/459-6586. 



Paris (Boys & Girls) — Wilson Sears, Bourbon County High 
School. 3343 Lexington Road. Paris, Kentucky 40361, 
606-987-2550. 

West Jefferson (Boys & Girls) — Kevin Salyer, Doss High 
School. 7601 St. Andrews Church Road, Louisville. Kentucky 
40214, 502-454-8239/239-6793. 

Murray (Boys & Girls) — Larry J. Heflin, 8145 Houser Road, 
Boaz, Kentucky 43037, 502-554-1820/554-5852. 

Lexington (Boys & Girls) — Bill Goodan, Henry Clay High 
School, 2100 Fontaine Road, Lexington, Kentucky 40502, 
606-269-3376. 

Northern Kentucky (Boys & Girls) — Red Bartlett & Merita 
Thelen, 44 East Ridge Road, Newport, Kentucky 41071, 
606-291-6520. 

Richmond (Boys & Girls) — Jerry Johns, Box 308, Somerset, 
Kentucky 40251, 606-678-5610/679-8501 

Barbourville (Boys & Girls) — Bob Duricko, 201 Grayson 
Street, Barbourville, Kentucky 40906, 606/546-8556/546- 
4459. 

Ashland (Boys & Girls) — Mary Robinson, Russell High 
School, Red Devil Drive, Russell, Kentucky 41169, 606- 
836-9658/836-4330. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1989 




1989 GIRLS' 
TENNIS REGIONS 



Murray — Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, Calloway 
County, Christian County, Fort Campbell, Graves County, 
Heath, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon County, Marshall 
County, Mayfield, Murray, Paduoah Tilghman, Providence, 
Reidland, St. Mary, University Heights, West Hopkins. 

Bowling Green — Allen County, Barren County, Bowling 
Green, Butler County Caverna, Cumberland County, Franklin- 
Simpson, Glasgow, Hart County, Logan County, Metcalfe 
County, Monroe County, Muhlenberg Central, Russellville, St. 
Romuald, Warren Central, Warren East. 

Henderson County — Apollo, Bremen, Central City, Daviess 
County, Greenville, Hancock County, Henderson County, 
McLean County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Ohio County, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, South Hopkins, Trinity 
(Whitesville), Union City, Webster County. 

Elizabethtown — Adair County, Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
Breckinridge County, Bullitt East, Bullitt Central, Campbells- 
ville, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Grayson County, 
Green County, LaRue County, Marion County, Meade 
County, Nelson County, North Bullitt, North Hardin, Spencer 
County, Taylor County, Washington County. 

East Jefferson — Assumption, Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, Oldham County, 
Sacred Heart, Seneca, Waggener, Walden. 

Central Jefferson — Atherton, Central, Christian Academy, 
DeSales, duPont Manual, Evangel, Louisville Collegiate, 
Male, Mercy Academy, Moore, Ninth & O, Portland Christian, 
Presentation, St. Francis, Shawnee. 



West Jefferson — Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Holy 
Rosary, Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Valley, 
Western. 

Fort Ttiomas — Augusta, Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone 
County, Campbell County, Carroll County, Conner, Dayton, 
Dixie Heights, Gallatin County, Henry County, Highlands, 
Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Newport 
Central Catholic, Notre Dame, St. Henry Scott, Simon Kenton, 
Trimble County, Villa Madonna. 

Lexington — Anderson County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, 
Franklin County, Henry Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Sayre County, Tates Creek, Western Hills, 
Woodford County. 

Richmond — Berea, Boyle County, Danville, Estill County, 
Garrard County, George Rogers Clark, Harrodsburg, Lincoln 
County, Madison Central, Mercer County, Middlesboro, 
Model, Rockcastle County. 

Barbourville — Barbourville, Bell County, Clay County, 
Corbin, Cumberland, Harlan, Hazard, June Buchanan, Knott 
County Central, Knox Central, Laurel County, Leslie County, 
Oneida, Pineville, Pulaski County, Russell County, St. 
Camillus, Somerset, Whitesburg. 

Ashland — Bath County, Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd County, 
Buckhorn, East Carter, Elkhorn City, Greenup County, Johns 
Creek, Lawrence County, McDowell, Magoffin County, 
Montgomery County, Morgan County, Paintsville, Paul 
Blazer, Phelps, Prestonsburg, Rowan County, Russell, 
Sheldon Clark, Wolfe County. 

Paris — Bourbon County, Bracken County, Deming, Fleming 
County, Harrison County, Lewis County, Mason County, 
Maysville, Millersburg Military Institute, Nicholas County, 
Paris, Pendleton County, St. Patrick, Scott County. 




1989 BOYS' 
TENNIS REGIONS 



Murray — Ballard Memorial, Caldwell Coonty, Calloway 
County, Christian County, Fort Campbell, Graves County, 
Heath, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon County, Marshall 
County, Mayfield, Murray, Paducah Tilghman, Providence, 
Reidland, St. Mary, University Heights, West Hopkins. 

Bowling Green — Allen County, Barren County, Bowling 
Green, Butler County, Caverna, Cumberland County, Franklin- 
Simpson, Glasgow, Hart County, Logan County, Metcalfe 
County, Monroe County, Russellville, Warren Central, Warren 
East. 

Henderson County — Apollo, Bremen, Central City, Daviess 
County, Greenville, Hancock County, Henderson County, 
McLean County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Muhlenberg 
Central, Ohio County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, 
South Hopkins, Trinity (Whitesville), Union County, Webster 
County. 

Elizabethtown — Adair County, Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
Breckinridge County, Bullitt East, Bullitt Central, Campbells- 
ville. East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Grayson County, 
Green County, LaRue County, Marion County, Meade 
County, Nelson County, North Bullitt, North Hardin, Spencer 
County, Taylor County, Washington County. 

East Jefferson — Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jefferson- 
town, Kentucky Country Day, Oldham County, Seneca, 
Trinity, Waggener, Walden. 

Central Jefferson — Atherton, Central, Christian Academy, 
DeSales, duPont Manual, Evangel, Louisville Collegiate, 
Male, Moore, Ninth & O, Portland Christian, St. Francis, St. 
Xavier, Shawnee. 



West Jefferson — Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Iroquois, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Southwest Christian, Valley, 
Western. 

Lexington — Anderson County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, 
Franklin County, Henry Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catfiolic, Sayre, Shelby County, Tates Creek, 
Western Hills, Woodford County. 

Richmond — Berea, Boyle County, Danville, Estill County, 
Garrard County, George Rogers Clark, Harrodsburg, Lincoln 
County, Madison Central, Mercer County, Model, Rockcastle 
County. 

Barbourville — Barbourville, Bell County, Clay County, 
Corbin, Cumberland, Harlan, Hazard, June Buchanan, Knott 
County Central, Knox Central, Laurel County, Leslie County, 
Middlesboro, Oneida, Pineville, Pulaski County, Russell 
County, St Camillus, Somerset, Whitesburg. 

Ashland — Bath County, Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd County, 
Buckhorn, East Carter, Elkhorn City, Greenup County, Johns 
Creek, Lawrence County, McDowell, Magoffin County, 
Montgomery County, Morgan County, Paintsville, Paul 
Blazer, Prestonsburg, Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Clark, 
Wolfe County. 

Fort Thomas — Augusta, Beechwood, Boone County, 
Campbell County, Carroll County, Conner, Covington 
Catholic, Covington Latin, Dayton, Dixie Heights, Gallatin 
County, Henry County, Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd 
Memorial, Newport, Newport Central Catholic, St. Henry, 
Scott, Simon Kenton, Trimble County. 

Paris — Bourbon County, Deming, Fleming County, Harrison 
County, Lewis County, Mason County, Maysville, Millersburg 
Military Institute, Nicholas County, Paris, Pendelton County, 
St. Patrick, Scott County. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1989 



PAGE NINE 




ATTENTION 
Track Coaches 



The State High School Track Meet all 
classes will be held on Saturday, May 27, 
1989, at the University of Kentucky 
Sports Center in Lexington. The State 
Manager is John Gettler. 



1989 Track & Field Regional Managers 
(Boys and Girls) 

CLASS A 

1. Paducah Tilghman High School — Lyman Brown, P.O. 
Box 2550, Paducah 42001, 502/444-5627, 443-4879. 

2. Providence/Murray Slate — Willis Simpson, Providence 
High School, 227 Cedar Street, Providence 42450, 
502/667-7065. 

3. Boone County — Tim Schlotman, Boone County High 
School, 7056 Burlington Pike, Florence 41042, 
606/283-2795. 

4. Lexington — Frank Miklavcic, Frankfort High School, 328 
Shelby Street, Frankfort 40601, 502/223-8030. 

5. Kentuclcy Country Day — Gene Moutoux, Kentucky 
Country Day, 4100 Springdale Road, Louisville 40222, 
502/348-5913. 

6. Berea College — Bill Patton, Berea High School, Ellipse 
Street, Berea 40403, 606/986-4911, 606/986-4375. 

7. Pikeville — Larry Belcher, Pikeville High School, 116 N. 
Mayo Trail, Pikeville 41501, 606/432-0186. 

8. Jenkins — Glenn Polly, Box 552, Jenkins 41 537, 606/832- 
2184, 606/832-2759 



CLASS AA 

1. Paducah Tilghman High School — Lyman Brown, P.O. 
Box 2550, Paducah 42001, 502/444-5627, 443-4879. 

2. Barren County — Terry Reed, Barren County High School, 
Route 6 Glasgow, 42141, 502/651-6315, 502/651-6552. 

3. Fort Knox — IVIike McCoy/ Dave Shufelt, Fort Knox High 
School, 7501 Missouri Street, Fort Knox 40121, 
502/624-6647. 

4. Lexington— Jean Wright #41 Timberlawn Circle, Frankfort 
40601, 502/695-2081. 

5. Boone County — Tim Schlotman, Boone County High 
School, 7056 Burlington Pike, Florence 41042, 
606/283-2795. 

6. Lexington — Jean Wright #41 Timberlawn Circle, Frankfort 
40601, 502/695-2081. 

7. Russell — Alice Leigh/ Jim Epiing, Russell Middle School, 
Russell, 41169 606/836-8135. 

8. Belfry — Trena Noble, Belfry High School, P.O. Box 160, 
Belfry 41514, 606/353-7239, 606/237-6328 



CLASS AAA 

Henderson County — Bob Mulcahy, Henderson County 

High School, 2424 Zion Road, Henderson 42420, 

502/827-2506. 

Bullitt Central — Bill Ranney, Bullitt Central High School, 

P.O. Box 159, Shepherdsville 40165, 502/543-7021, 

451-6125. 



3. Boone County — Tim Schlotman, Boone County High 
School, 7056 Burlington Pike, Florence 41042, 
606/283-2795. 

4. Male — Jay Levine, Male High School, 91 1 S. Brook Street 
Louisville 40203. 502/454-8292. 

5. Iroquois — Mike McDaniel, Iroquois High School, 4515 
Taylor Boulevard, Louisville 40215, 
502/454-8269. 

6. Eastern/Trinity — Bro. Charles Cully, Trinity High School, 
4011 Shelbyville Road, Louisville 40207, 502/895-6765. 

7. Lexington — Jean Wright, Timberlawn Circle, #41, 
Frankfort 40601, 502/695-2081. 

8. Bell County — John Brock, Bell County High School, 
Route 1, Box 88, Pineville 40477, 606/337-7061. 

1989 Track & Field Sectional Managers 
(Boys & Girls) 

CLASS A 
Section 1 : Regions 1 & 2, Daviess County High School — Will 
Pagan, Daviess County High School, 4255 New Hartford 
Road, Ownsboro 42301. 502/684-5285. 
Section 2: Regions 3 & 4, Lexington /Frankfort — Frank 
Miklavcic, Frankfort High School, 328 Shelby Street Frankfort 
40601 502/223-8030 

Section 3: Regions 5 & 6, Berea College — Bill Patton, Berea 
High School. Ellipse Street. Berea 40403 606/986-4911 
Section 4: Regions 7 & 8, Clay County High School — Rick 
Coffey. Oneida Baptist Institute, Mulberry Street, Box 67, 
Oneida 40972 606/847-41 1 1 



CLASS AA 
Section 1 : Regions 1 & 2, Daviess County High School — Will 
Pagan, Daviess County High School, 4255 New Hartford 
Road, Owensboro 42301 502/684-5285 
Section 2: Regions 3 & 4, Fort Knox High School — Dave 
Shufelt Fort Knox High School. 7501 Missouri Street Fort 
Knox 40121 502/624-6647 
Section 3: Regions 5 & 7, Undecided 
Section 4: Regions 6 & 8, Lexington. — Jean Wright 41 
Timberlawn Circle, Frankfort 40601 502/695-2081 



CLASS AAA 
Section 1 : Regions 1 & 2, Daviess County High School — Will 
Pagan, Daviess County High School, 4255 New Hartford 
Road, Owensboro 42301 502/684-5285 
Section 2: Regions 3 & 5, Iroquois High School — Mike 
McDaniel, Iroquois High School, 4615 Taylor Boulevard, 
Louisville 40215 502/695-8693 

Section 3: Regions 4 & 6, St Xavier High School — Bro. 
Borgia, St. Xavier High School. l609 Poplar Level Road, 
Louisville 40217 502/637-4712, 635-5300 
Section 4: Regions 7 & 8, Lexington/Frankfort — Jean 
Wright #41 Timberlawn Circle, Frankfort 40601 502/695-2081 




PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1989 





Official Nomination Form 

Dawahares - Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Hall of Fame 

The Dawahares - Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame is open to anyone who has played, officiated or 
administered high school athletics at any Kentucky high school, past or present, and to anyone who has been of service to 
Kentucky high school athletics. 

This nomination form may be duplicated and used to nominate an unlimited number of potential members. Any person may 
make a nomination. In particular, principals, superintendents, athletic directors and coaches are requested to make nominations. 

THE DEADLINE FOR RETURNING THIS FORM IS APRIL 15, 1989 FOR THE 1990 CLASS OF INDUCTEES. PLEASE RETURN THE FORM TO 

Earl Cox 

Dawahares - K.H.S.A.A. Hall of Fame 

c/o Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

P.O. Box 22280 

Lexington, KY 40522 



Nomination Form 

(please print or type all information) 



Name of person nominated: 
Address of person being nominated: 
(or surviving relative if deceased) 
City, State, Zip: 
Telephone of person being nominated; 



Briefly list accomplishments of nominee: 



List names of school(s) where nominee was involved: 



This nomination form is for the 1990 banquet which is tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, March 20, 1990. 

All nominations will be forwarded to the Hall of Fame Selection Committee to be appointed by the President of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association Board of Control. 



The first class of inductees into the Dawahares - Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame were -- Ralph Bear, Ralph 
Carlisle, L.J. "Butch" Charmoli, Blanton Collier, Morton Combs, Ralph Dorsey, Geri Grigsby, Cliff Hagan, Clem Haskins, Peck Hickman, 
Stephanie Hightower-Leftwich, Paul Hornung, Wallace "Wah" Jones, W.L. Kean, Roy Kidd, Frank "Dr." Litkenhous, Garnis Martin, 
Mary T. Meagher, Letcher Norton, Joe Ohr, Homer Rice, Ted Sanford, J.W. "Spider" Thurman, John Bill Trivette, S.T. Roach and Russ 
Williamson. 

The second induction ceremony for the Dawahares - Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame was March 1 4, 1 989 at 
the Marriott Griffin Gate Resort. The 1989 inductees were Gay Brewer, E. A. "Ed" Diddle, Stella Gilb, Butch Beard, Tommy Bell, Jerry 
Claiborne, Howard Crittenden, Lyman Ginger, Delmas Gish, Bill Harrell, Clemette Haskins, Preston "Ty" Holland, Earle Jones, Harry 
Jones, Larry Jones, Kenny Kuhn, Lenny Lyies, Joe Billy Mansfield, Lawrence McGinnis, Paulie Miller, Donna Murphy, Frank Ramsey, 
Bev Ramser, McCoy "Red" Tarry, and Westley Unseld. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1989 



PAGE ELEVEN 



ATTENTION 


^^^S. 


REGION 4 


REGION 5 


REGION 6 


Track Coaches (^ 


^^ 


Adair County 
Casey County 
Green County 


Covington Cath. 
Grant County 
Harrison County 


Anderson County 
Boyle County 
Cawood 








McCreary Central 


Highlands 


Clay County 


TRACK ALIGNMENT 


Russell County 
Taylor County 


Lloyd Memorial 
Newport 


Estill County 
Jackson County 




CLASS A 






Scott 


Madison Southern 




(0 - 435) 






Simon Kenton 


Marion County 








Western Hills 


Mercer County 












Middlesboro 


REGION 1 


REGION 2 


REGION 3 








Ballard Memorial 


Bremen 


Bellevue 


REGION 7 


REGION 8 




Carlisle County 


Crittenden County 


Bishop Brossart 


Bourbon County 


Belfry 




Fulton City 


Edmonson County 


Carroll County 


East Carter 


Betsy Layne 




Fulton County 


Hancock County 


Covington Latin 


Fleming County 


Breathitt Couty 




Heatti 


Lyon County 


Dayton 


Lawrence County 


Knott County Central 




Hickman County 


Providence 


Ludlow 


Lewis County 


Leslie County 




Mayfield 


Russellville 


Newport Central Catholic 


Mason County 


Magoffin County 




Murray 


South Hopkins 


Silver Grove 


Paul Blazer 


Morgan County 




St. Mary 


Todd County Centra 


St. Henry 


Powell County 


Sheldon Clark 






West Hopkins 


Walton-Verona 


Rowan County 
Russell 
West Carter 


Whitesburg 




REGION 4 


REGION 5 


REGION 6 








Augusta 


Bardstown 


Berea 




CLASS AAA 




Frankfort 


Bethlehem 


Central Ky. Christian 




(800 - Up) 




Harrodsburg 


Campbellsville 


Corbin 








Henry County 


Caverna 


Danville 


REGION 1 


REGION 2 


REGION 3 


Lexington Catiiolic 


Christian Academy 


Garrard County 


Apollo 


Bowling Green 


Boone County 


Millersburg Mil. Inst. 


Cumberland County 


Ky. School f/t Deaf 


Christian County 


Bullitt Central 


Campbell County 


Nicholas County 


Kentucky Ctry. Day 


Madison 


Daviess County 


Grayson County 


Conner 


Owen County 


Spencer County 


Model 


Graves County 


Meade County 


Dixie Heights 


Paris 


Washington County 


Somerset 


Henderson County 


Nelson County 


Holmes 


Sayre 




St. Camillus 


Hopkinsville 


North Bullitt 


Notre Dame 






Williamsburg 


Madisonville- 
North Hopkins 


North Hardin 
Ohio County 




REGION 7 




REGION 8 

Bath County 


Marshall County 


Warren Central 




Allen Central 


Mullins 


Owensboro 






Cordia 


Paintsville 


Cumberland 








Elliott County 


Phelps 


Dilce Combs 


REGION 4* 


REGION 5* 


REGION 6* 


Elktiorn City 


Pikeville 


Evarts 


Assumption 


DeSales 


Ballard 


Fairview 


Prestonsburg 


Fleming-Neon 


Atherton 


Doss 


Eastern 


John's Creek 


Raceland 


Harlan 


Brown 


Evangel 


Jeffersontown 


Menifee County 


Virgie 


Hazard 


Butler 


Fairdale 


Louisville Collegiate 






Jenkins 


Central 


Holy Cross 


Oldham County 


' 




Letcher 


Fern Creek 


Holy Rosary 


Presentation 






Oneida Bapt Inst. 


duPont Manual 


Iroquois 


Sacred Heart 




CLASS AA 
(436 - 799) 




Male 
Moore 


Mercy 

Pleasure Ridge Pk. 


Seneca 
Shelby County 






Shawnee 


Southern 


Trinity 


REGION 1 


REGION 2 


REGION 3 


Southwest Christian 


Valley 


Waggener 


Caldwell County 


Allen County- 


Breckinridge County 


St. Xavier 


Western 


Walden 


Calloway County 


Scottsville 


Bullitt East 








Fort Campbell 


Barren County 


East Hardin 








Lone Oak 


Butler County 


Elizabethtown 


REGION 7 


REGION 8 




McLean County 


Franklin-Simpson 


Fort Knox 


Bryan Station 


Bell County 




Paducah Tilghman 


Glasgow 


LaRue County 


Franklin County 


Boyd County 




Reidland 


Hart County 


Owensboro Catholic 


George Rogers Clark 


Greenup County 




Trigg County 


Logan County 


West Hardin 


Henry Clay 


Johnson Central 




Union County 


Monroe County 




Jessamine County 


Knox Central 




Webster County 


Warren East 




Lafayette 
Scott County 


Laurel County 
Lincoln County 










Tates Creek 


Madison Central 




-k Corrections to the Jan. 21, 1989 ^ 


Woodford County 


Montgomery County 




Board Meeting Minutes 




Pulaski County 
Whitley County 





Upon the recommendation of Commissioner Mills, Marvin 
Moore made a motion, seconded by Charles Henry, that the 
Commissioner be empowered to grant each team that 
participated in the State Football Playoff Finals $1200.00 to 
help defray expenses. The motion carried unanimously. 

Asst. Comm. Stout recommended to the Board that an 1 1 " 
Softball be used In the 1990 State Softball Tournament. Tony 
Ollnger moved to accept the recommendation. Pearl Lefevers 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 



In Class AAA. (*) Regions 4, 5 and 6 will rotate sections during the four 
year alignment period. For 1 988. Region 4 will be paired with Region 3 
to form Section 2 and Regions 5 and 6 will form Section 3; lor 1989, 
Region 5 will be paired with Region 3 to form Section 2, and Regions 4 
and 6 will form Section 3; for 1 990, Region 6 will be paired with Region 
3 to form Section 2, and Regions 4 and 5 will form Section 3; and for 
1991. Region 4 will be paired with Region 3 to form Section 2 and 
Regions 5 and 6 will form Section 3. 



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Baseball Committee Meeting continued from page 2. 

There was some discussion on this issue. 

Mike Elkins, Umpire, Bluegrass Baseball Association, was 
asked what umpires' fees are in Kentucky during the summer 
league for both high school and college level. Mr. Elkins 
explained that high schools are presently the lowest paying 
organizations and this was a contributing factor to the low 
quality of baseball officials. 

Mac Whitaker (Harrison County) made a motion to have 
Gilbert Wilson (Pulaski County) research the current fee 
structure among the different umpire associations through- 
out Kentucky and make a formal recommendation to the 
K.H.S.A.A. The recommendation is to be submitted prior to 
finals of the Kentucky Girls' State Basketball Tournament, 
March 22-25. 

The motion was seconded by Mike Sander. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

The next item of business was the need for the K.H.S.B.C.A. 
annual clinic to continue. There was a short discussion on 
why the annual clinics had been dropped. 

Bill Wayne (Henderson County) made a motion to hold 
mandatory rules clinics on baseball for both coaches and 
umpires. His motion also included naming sites and setting 
dates for the clinics. In addition, mandatory clinics would be 
held during the winter and on Saturdays with dates and times 
to be announced at a later date. Mac Whitaker (Harrison 
County) seconded the motion. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Stout has responsibility for arranging the 
clinics. Sites for the clinics were announced and are: 
Owensboro, Louisville, Lexington, North Kentucky, Ashland 
and London. Commissioner Stout will list dates and times on 
the Kentucky High School events and activities calendar. 

Mac Whitaker (Harrison County) made a motion to survey 
members of the K.H.S.B.C.A. requesting their comments and 
opinions concerning pitching limitations. Additionally, Bob 
Mantooth (Owensboro Apollo) will conduct the survey and 
submit written recommendations to the K.H.S.A.A., as it 
complies with rules and procedures of the National 
Federation. The deadline for receipt of recommendations to 
the K.H.S.A.A. is January 1990. 

The next item of business was coaches' uniforms. 
Committee members agreed that coaches pants are 
acceptable as long as they are similar to their teams' 
uniforms. 

The next item of business concerned the limit on the 
number of players a team may tak to the state final four. Joe 
White (Louisville St. Xavier) made a motion to adhere to the 
K.H.S.A.A. rule limiting the number of players to 21 allowed in 
the dugout during all post season play. Jody Hamilton (Boyd 
County) seconded the motion. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Bill Wayne (Henderson County) than made a motion that 
the K.H.S.A.A. provide lodging and meal expenses for 21 
players and three (3) coaches from each team for the state 
final four. Mike Sander seconded the motion. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Stout then asked if there was other 
business. 

Mike Elkins (Bluegrass Baseball Association) made a 
motion to change the traditional dark blue umpire's pants to 
grey, keeping the powder blue top. Mr. Elkins remarked that 
grey had the appearance of keeping cleaner since it did not 
show dust and dirt as well. Mac Whitaker (Harrison County) 
seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously. 

Bill Wyne (Henderson County) then made a motion that the 
final game of the Kentucky state high school baseball 
tournament be played at 7:00 p.m. This should allow more 
parents and fans to attend the game since it would not conflict 
with normal working hours during the day. Dave Thomas 
(Pikeville) seconded the motion. The motion passed 
unanimously. 




Commissioner Stout asked if there was any other business. 
Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned until 
the K.H.S.B.C.A. annual clinic, November 1989. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mac Whitaker 

Baseball Coach, Harrison County High School 

Assistant Chairman, K.H.S.B.C.A. Baseball Committee 



1989 ANNUAL MEETING 

OF THE 
DELEGATE ASSEMBLY 



The Business meeting of the Delegate Assembly of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association will be held on 
Friday, April 21, 1989 at 11:00 a.m. at the K.H.S.A.A. Office 
Building, 560 East Cooper Drive, Lexington, Kentucky. 

As provided in Article IX, Section 1, of the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution, the following proposals for changes in the rules 
of the Association, to be acted upon at the annual meeting, 
are hereby submitted to all members of the K.H.S.A.A. for their 
information. No proposals other than these may be 
considered at the Annual Meeting, except by a two-thirds 
vote of the delegates. 

PROPOSAL I 

Principal Larry A. Gritton, Oneida Baptist Institute proposes 
that a section "e" be added to By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, to 
read as follows: "The Commissioner may waive the Transfer 
Rule on a one-time basis for students attending a boarding 
school on a full time basis as a boarding student who are 
placed there through recommendation of the courts or upon 
the recommendation of the principal of their previous 
school." 

PROPOSAL II 

Principal Blake Halselton, Oldham County High School and 
Arnold E. Holbery, Head of Louisville Collegiate School 
propose that a section be added to By-Law 6, Transfer Rule to 
permit the Commissioner to waive the rule for "foreign 
exchange students participating in United State Information 
Agency-designated Teenage Exchange Visitor Programs 
who meet all other requirements of the Eligibility Rules and 
Regulations, may be granted a waiver from the period of 
ineligibility valid only for one school year. Any approved 
exchange student who seeks eligibility for a second year will 
be subject to all provisions of the Transfer Rule, including the 
36-week ineligibility period. The Commissioner may not 
waive the Transfer Rule under any circumstance for a student 
who is a graduate of a foreign school equivalent to our 12- 
year program". 

PROPOSAL III 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association proposes that By-Law 3, Age be changed to read 
as follows: "A student who becomes nineteen (19) years old 
before August 1 shall be ineligible for interscholastic athletic 
competition (NOTE: a student who becomes 19 on or after 
August 1 shall remain eligible for the entire school year.)" 





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TARGET VIDEOS 

The following video tapes are available to schools for use in their Drug and Alcohol Programs. They are 
available from the K.H.S.A.A. on a check-out basis for a maximum of two weeks. 

School personnel wanting to use the video tapes may request them in writing or by contacting the 
K.H.S.A.A. by phone. The toll free'number is 1-800-248-3234. 



Do We or Don't We? 1/2" VHS 

A four minute trigger film of a teenage band, the Gravediggers, practicing before auditioning for their first big 
job. But, they need a drummer and are waiting for a new kid who was recommended by their band teacher. The 
drummer arrives but refuses to play unless they drink a beer before playing. 

Him or Me? 1/2" VHS 

A four minute trigger film opens as a camp is just over and two of the couselors are planning to go to a party. 
One of the young campers, Harry, is left behind and has to wait for his mother who is late in picking him up. The 
counselors are confronted with the decision about what to do with Harry. One counselor offers to take Harry 
along to the counselor's party. The other offers to take Harry on a canoe trip. Harry likes both of the counselors 
and is torn between the two choices he has to make. 

Alcohol Trigger Films for Junior High School 1 12" VHS 

A set of three short dramatic, open-ended situations designed to provoke discussions in alcohol education 

programs. They are used in Foundation-developed junior high and elementary grade alcohol and traffic 

safety education programs. The sequences are entitled: 

THE PARTY — (2 minutes) - A new boy in town wants to make friends with his peers and offers his house for a 

party while his parents are away. 

THE MOTHER — (2 minutes) - An intoxicated mother picks up her daughter and takes her and a friend to a 

shopping mall. 

THE RIDE — (3 minutes) - Younger students are offered drinks by older friends and then invited to go for a ride. 

Hidden Dangers 

A lifeguard compares the hidden dangers of swimming in the ocean to the dangers involved in drinking 
alcohol. The 1 4 minute film will help students identify: influence of peers, adult role models and TV advertising 
on drinking behavior; ways of achieving personal satisfaction without drinking; actions that show respect for a 
person's decision not to drink; and effects of drinking on safe walking and driving. 

Anything to be a Big Boy? 1 /2" VHS 

A four minute film of a group of youngsters practicing various break dancing moves as they plan for a dance 
contest. They are drinking as they practice. A younger boy, Carlos, comes to join the group and wants to be a 
part of the dance team. He carries a brown bag just like the bigger boys and appears to be drinking, too. While 
Carlos is impressing his friends with his skill, one youngster picks up Carlos' bag and tastes his drink and 
discovers Carlos' ruse. 

Alcohol: The Unlabeled Drug 1 12" VHS 

A 14 minute film in which two youngsters try to develop a label for an alcoholic beverage. To do this, they 
develop information on alcohol and its effects on the body and mind, using very interesting resource materials 
in preparing the copy for their label on the alcoholic beverage. 

MTV: It's Your Right to Say "No" 1 /2" VHS 

This specially prepared MTV (Music TV) presentation in a four minute trigger film format helps children feel it's 
OK to say NO to alcohol. It involves resisting peer pressure and urges kids not to ride with drivers who have 
been drinking. 

Should He Tell? 1/2" VHS 

A 5-minute trigger film in which Jeff's dad has come to take him on a weekend fishing and camping trip. His 
mother cautions the father about behaving (not drinking). Jeff loves being with his father, but the weekend is 
ruined by the father's abusive drinking. Jeff returns home and his mother tries to find out if the father 
"behaved." Jeff talks about fishing and tries to avoid his mother's questions. 

It is Time to Stop Pretending 1 12" VHS 

A 5-minute trigger film in which Nancy stops in the health office of her school to talk about her "friend" who is 
having a family problem involving alcohol abuse. The counselor suggests to Nancy ways to approach the 
problem and gives Nancy a pamphlet about ALATEEN. Nancy's not sure that her "friend" would wantto talk to 
anyone about the problem. 

Face To Face (On The Level) Includes Guide Book 1 12" VHS 

A video series for fourteen-to-seventeen-year-olds on emotional and social growth and the interaction of 
emotional and physical health. 



Carolyn Cade Interview 

Interview with Student Panel, Interview with Football Co-Capt. Carolyn Cade. 



1/2" VHS 



Lots of Kids Like Us (Includes study books) 1 /2" VHS 

This story, told poignantly by children, emphasizes that lots of children have the same troubling experiences 
with alcohol problems in the family, and that lots of people out there can help. The film is direct, supportive, and 
provides a strong affirmation of children's ability to cope with difficult problems. Color, 28 minutes. 
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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. LI, NO. 9 



APRIL, 1989 



$10.00 PER YEAR 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

March 23, 1989 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met in the Capital Plaza Tower, State Board of 
Education Board Room, Frankfort, Kentucky on Thursday, 
March 23, 1 989. The meeting was called to order at 8:30 a.m. 
by President Tom Buchanan with all the Board members. 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy Wise and 
Sports Information Director Julian Tackett present. Mr. Harry 
Loy was present representing the State Department of 
Education. Mr. Charles Henry gave the invocation. 

President Buchanan called on Prmcipal Jim Gash, Mercer 
County High School, who had asked to address the Board 
expressing his concern with regard to the process of 
selecting Regional Basketball Tournament sites. Following 
his presentation, Mr. Buchanan thanked Mr. Gash for 
coming. 

The next presentation was given by Mr. Bill Wilson, an 
attorney representing Owensboro High School. Mr. Wilson 
had also requested to address the Board with regard to 
Regional Tournament Site Selection process. Following his 
presentation. President Buchanan advised Mr. Wilson that 
Ken Tippett had been appointed to chair a committee to study 
the site selection process. 

The first appeal was presented by Mr. Alvis Johnson, Ath. 
Dir. of Harrodsburg High School, on behalf on Tony Dunn. Mr. 
Johnson requested that the Board hear his appeal in Closed 
Session. C.K. Henry moved to proceed in Closed Session, 
seconded by Pearl Ray Lefevers. The motion passed 
unanimously. Following Mr. Johnson's presentation. Ken 
Tippett made a motion that the Board return to Open Session. 
Marvin Moore seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. Marvin Moore made a motion, seconded by 
C.K. Henry, that Tony Dunn be declared eligible for the Fall of 
1 989 to participate in interscholastic athletics at Harrodsburg 
High School. The motion carried by a vote of 10-2. 

The next appeal was presented by Mrs. James Clark on 
behalf of her son Shannon. Shannon is presently enrolled at 
Holy Cross High School in Louisville but had previously 
attended Providence High School. The Commissioner had 
ruled Shannon ineligible to participate in athletics for thirty- 
six school weeks. Following Mrs. Clark's presentation and 
questions to her by members of the Board and a discussion 
thereof, Charles Miller moved, seconded by Ken Tippett, that 
the Board uphold the ruling of the Commissioner in this case. 
The motion passed unanimously. 

Principal Don Daniels, Allen Central High School, 
presented the next appeal on behalf of Todd Duff. Upon Mr. 
Daniels request, Huston DeHaven moved, seconded by 
Marvin Moore, that the Board go into Closed Session to hear 
this case. The motion carried unanimously. Marvin Moore 
made a motion seconded by C.K. Henry that the Board return 
to Open Session. The motion carried unanimously. Marvin 
Moore made a motion that Todd Duff be ruled eligible to 
participate in spring sports. Pearl Ray Lefevers seconded the 
motion which carried unanimously. 

The next appeal was presented by Ms. Vickie lies, on 
behalf of her son, Jerry Lee lies. Jerry had been ruled 
ineligible by the Commissioner under By-Law 6, Transfer 
Rule. Ms. lies requested that the case be heard in Closed 
Session. Charlie Miller made a motion that the Board go into 
Closed Session. The motion was seconded by Pearl Ray 



Lefevers and passed unanimously. C.K. Henry made a 
motion, seconded by Sam Chandler, that the Board return to 
Open Session. Sam Chandler moved, seconded by C.K. 
Henry, that the Board uphold the ruling of the Commissioner 
in this case. The motion passed by a vote of 10-1. Therefore, 
Jerry Lee lies will remain ineligible to participate in athletics 
at Newport Central Catholic High School until he has been 
enrolled there for a period of thirty-six school weeks. 

Principal Jerry Oates, Muhlenberg Central High School, 
presented the next appeal on behalf of Nathan Andrew 
Thomasson. At the hearing were his mother, Brenda 
Thomasson, his uncle and grandfather. It was requested that 
the Board hear this case in Closed Session. Therefore, 
Charlie Miller made a motion, seconded by Tony Olinger, that 
the Board go Into Closed Session. Following the presenta- 
tion. Pearl Ray Lefevers moved to return to Open Session. 
The motion was seconded by Marvin Moore. Sandy Allen 
then made a motion that the Board return to Closed Session 
due to the nature of the case. Sam Chandler seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. Charlie Miller made a 
motion, seconded by C.K. Henry, that the Board return to 
Open Session. At that time, Pearl Ray Lefevers made a motion 
that the Board waive By-Law 6, Transfer Rule and rule N.A. 
"Andy" Thomasson eligible for the Spring Sports season. 
C.K. Henry seconded the motion which passed by a vote of 
10-2. 

Marvin Moore moved, seconded byC.K. Henry, that all bills 
of the Association for the period beginning January 1 and 
ending February 28, 1989, be approved. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills announced the results of the recent 
election for new Board of Control members. 

Section 6 (Regions 11 & 12): 
Jack Portwood, Lincoln County High School - 21 votes 
Chuck Eckler, Somerset High School, 9 votes 

Section 1 (Regions 1 & 2): 
Bob Rogers, Murray Public Schools - 24 votes 
Jerry Ainley, Calloway County High School - 8 votes 

Sections 5-8 (Regions 9-16): 
Alvis Johnson, Harrodsburg High School - 82 votes 
George Floyd, Bellevue Independent Schools - 34 votes 

Exec. Asst. Wise reported that $420,525.00 in ticket sales 
had been received through this date for the Boys State 
Basketball Tournament. Advanced ticket sales for the Girls 
State Basketball Tournament had netted approximately 
$1 8,700.00. He also advised the Board that a complete report 
would be presented at the April Board meeting. 

President Buchanan set meeting times for the various 
Board committees. 

Dianne Caines, TARGET liaison with the State Board of 
Education, and Brigid DeVries reported on the status of the 
TARGET Program to the Board. They also distributed 
pamphlets outlining the TARGET services which are 
available. 

Commissioner Mills then presented a request from the 
Kentucky Association of Secondary School Principals 
Association that the Board send out a Referendum regarding 
summer basketball and football team competition. Following 
a discussion of the request. Ken Tippett made a motion that 
the Board submit the Proposed Referendum to the schools 
for a vote as requested. Huston DeHaven seconded the 
motion which passed by a vote of 8-3. 

Board Meeting continued on Page 2. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1989 



APRIL, 1989 



VOL. LI, NO. 9 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized l^ay 3, 1926. 
Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Tom Buchanan (1985-1989) Eddyville; Vice- 
President - Sam Chandler (1 986- 1 990) Shelbyville; Directors 
- Sandy Allen (1988-1992) Louisville. Huston DeHaven (1987- 

1991) Hardinsburg, Charles Henry (1988-1992) 
Paducah, Pearl Ray Lefevers (1988-1992) Kettle Island, 
Charles Miller (1986-1990) Louisville, Marvin Moore (1988- 

1992) Morehead, Tony Olinger (1984-1989) Lexington, 
David Points (1988-1991) Mt. Sterling, Ken Tippett (1985- 
1989) Versailles, Liz Trabandt (1988-1991) Ashland; State 
Department of Education - Harry Loy, Frankfort, 

Subscription Rate $10,00 per year 

Board Meeting continued from Page 1. 

Commissioner Mills distributed material for the National 
Federation Annual Meeting to be held in Wesley Chapel, 
Florida from June 24-29, 1989. 

The next item on the Agenda was a letter from the Kentucky 
Girls Sports Association requesting that the schools be 
surveyed to determine if there is sufficient interest to sanction 
girls' soccer. Commissioner Mills reminded the Board that a 
25% participation of all member schools is required to 
sanction a sport. Ken Tippett made a motion, seconded by 
David Points, that the Commissioner send the survey to the 
schools. The motion passed by a vote of 10-1. 

Commissioner Mills then discussed with Board members a 
request he had received from Principal Thomas Walters, 
Jessamine County, requesting that the boys basketball team 
be permitted to participate in a cultural exchange program 
with Ecuador. Mr. Walters was concerned about loss of 
eligibility if the team were allowed to participate. Tony Olinger 



made a motion, seconded by Ken Tippett, that Jessamine 
County be approved to participate in this program with 
Ecuador. The motion passed unanimously. 

Following a discussion regarding the jurisdiction over 
junior high and elementary students participation on high 
school teams, it was the feeling of the Board that the 
Committee on High School Athletic Concerns (a joint 
committee of members of the State Board of Education and 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Association) be recon- 
vened to address this item. 

Commissioner Mills presented to the Board proposals 
submitted from Magoffin County relative to the distribution of 
funds from district basketball tournaments. Following a 
lengthy discussion of these proposals, it was the opinion of 
the Board members that the present rules and regulations 
governing basketball tournament distribution of finances is 
proper and equitable in that it allows the participating 
schools, by majority vote, to adopt any plan which they desire 
for the distribution of receipts. 

Exec. Asst. Wise discussed with Board members Rule 10, 
Sec. 5, Bench Decorum. Tony Olinger made a motion that the 
K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control adopt the proposed National 
Federation Coaching Box rule for the 1989-90 school year. 
Ken Tippett seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 
The rule reads as follows: 10-5 -- Coach(es) must remain 
seated on the bench at all times while the clock is running or 
stopped except: Art. 1. . . . The head coach may be off the 
bench in front of his or her seat within the confines of the 
designated coaches box to give instructions to his or her 
players and /or substitutes. Coaching Box - The coaching 
box shall be outlined outside the side of the court in which the 
scorers' and timers' tables and team benches are located. 
The area shall be bounded by a line 28' from the end line, the 
sideline, and a line 22' from the end line. These lines shall be 
three feet in length located off the court and be two inches 
wide and be of a color contrasting with the boundary lines. 

Following a discussion of the Reorganization of the 
K.H.S.A.A. Officials Division Proposal which was mailed to all 
superintendents and principals for their input following the 
January meeting of the Board, Marvin Moore made a motion, 
seconded by Huston DeHaven, that the proposal be adopted 
as submitted. The motion carried uanimously. 

The next meeting is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, 
April 20, 1989, at the Association Office in Lexington. Any 
appeals hearing will be heard at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, April 21 . 
An Executive Committee meeting is scheduled for 10:30 a.m., 
Thursday, April 20. 

Following a discussion of future boys and girls basketball 
tournament sites. Ken Tippett made a motion that the sites for 
1992 and 1993 be made prior to July of 1990. Charlie Miller 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1989 



PAGE THREE 



PLEASURE RIDGE PARK 
K.H.S.A.A. BOYS BASKETBALL CHAMPION — 1989 




Back Row:(L-R) David Wilson, Mike Baxter, Larry Kihnley, Head Coach Dale Mabrey, John Coffman, Shawn Hammonds, 
Connie Evans, Bobby Cosgrove, Charles Webster, Fetf Mercer, Trevor Spalding, Jacque Brents, Jim Nichols, Jim Carey, 
Paul Reece. Front Rovi/: (L-R) Ray Watkins, Gene Thomas, David Sanders, Troy Goodnight, Shavifn Pfaadt, Wayne 
Ricketts, Andy Penick, Andre Johnson, Roy Guffy, David Levi^is. 



ALL— TOURNAMENT TEAM 

Michael Allen Bryan Station 

Herb Arnarson Mad. N. Hopkins 

Michael Burd Hart County 

David Clark Wayne County 

Travis Ford Mad. N. Hopkins 

Dan Hall Marshall County 

Sean Hammonds Pleasure Ridge Park 

Robert Hammons Bryan Station 

Dax Myhand Marshall County 

Jimmy John Owens Wayne County 

Andy Penick Pleasure Ridge Park 

Wayne Ricketts Pleasure Ridge Park 

MVP Andy Penick 



BOYS STATE 


TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS 


Clyde B. Akins 


Yvon Allen 


J. Michael Carter 


Ancie Lee Casey 


Wayne L. Divine 


Dwight F. Gordon 


Doug Hampton 


Dennis Henry 


Dennis Jackson 


Charles F. Kirk 


B. David Thompson 


Tommy D. Thompson 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1989 



CLAY COUNTY 
K.H.S.A.A. GIRLS BASKETBALL CHAMPION — 1989 




Front Row:(L-R) Shannon Smith, Beth Jones, Tracy Allen, Angela Howard, Edith Feltner, Tina Begley, Second Row (L-R) 
Katrina Ponder, Susan Feltner, Kim Jones, Emily Smith, Gretchen Grant, Liana Lunsford, Tonya Brumley, Vickie Fortner, 
Bobbi Hoskins, Back Row (L-R) Mgr. Allison Gregory, Melanie Gibbs, Asst. Joyce Junge, Asst. James Burchell, Coach 
Donnie Gray, Dedrie Roberts, Not shown Mgr. Kendra Gray. 



ALL— TOURNAMENT TEAM 

Michelle Burden Southern 

Gwen Doyle Manual 

Susan Feltner Clay County 

Gretchen Grant Clay County 

Lisa Harrison Southern 

Kim Jones Clay County 

Julia Morrison Boone County 

Jenny O'Bryan Oldham County 

Lea Robinson George Rogers Clark 

Maisha Thomas George Roger Clark 

Kristie Walker Marshall County 

Samantha Williams Manual 

MVP Kim Jones 



GIRLS STATE 


TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS 


George Branham 


Tommy L Hall 


Judy C. Brown 


Lois Lynn Holmes 


Ken Cartron 


R. Granville Mefford 


Mike Centers 


Dennis W. Newton 


Randall L Curry 


Danny Percell 


Jay W. Davis 


Jimmie R. Radford 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1989 



PAGE FIVE 



WAYNE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS RUNNER-UP 




Back Row:(L-R) Ricky Peyton, Jimmy John Owens, Head Coach Rodney Woods, Coach Jack Baker, Coach Wayne 
Ryan, Coach Tim Pyles, Coach Allen Clark, Mike Parrigin, Julius Green. (Not Pictured Mgr. Jonathon Goley) Front Row: 
(L-R) Mgr. Jason Stockton, Jeffrey Shearer, Kevin Jones, Mark Weaver, Rob Staley, Dan Radford, David Clark. Rodney 
Duncan, Kevin Sexton, Mgr. Allen Bowlin. 



GEORGE ROGERS CLARK HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS RUNNER-UP 




Front Row:(L-R) Brenda Goddard, Maisha Thomas, Stephanie Davis, Alicia Rainey, Tiffany Davis, Tiffany Moore, Amy 
Wilson, Second Row:{L-R) Coach Lisa Goodin, Mgr. Sonya Mills, Gail Cole, Lea Robinson, Tracy Wells, Audrey Hull, 
Tara Hurst, Mgr. Amber Cole, Mgr. Michelle Collins. 



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at Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky 

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Oldliam Co. 




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66 




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Plielps 






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Nelson Co. 




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From The Commissioner's Office (Ml@?l{| ® (^(!D@?i 



REMINDER TO SCHOOLS CONCERNING LIMITATION OF SEASONS 

All schools are reminded of the Limitation of Seasons Rules, K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 
27, as it applies to competition after the conclusion of the regular season. 
ALL SPORTS are affected by this rule, which states that following the teams' 
last regular season match, there shall be no further practice or play as a team 
for the remainder of the school year, with the exception of the K.H.S.A.A. 
tournament. Please be sure your coaches are aware of this important rule, and 
that they are not involved in coaching the team in an outside league, or other 
competition. For the high school coach, be they the Head Coach or an assistant 
coach, to coach members of the high school team in a league outside of the 
school's legal regular season competition, regardless of the type of league, 
would be a violation of the rules governing the Limitation of Seasons. 

GARRARD COUNTY SEEKS FOOTBALL COACH 

The Garrard County Board of Education is now accepting applications for the 
Head Football Coaching position at the high school. Inquiries should be 
directed to Dr. John Thompson, Superintendent at the Garrard County Board of 
Education in Lancaster. 

FERN CREEK SEEKS FOOTBALL COACH 
Fern Creek High School in Louisville is now accepting applications for the Head 
Football Coaching position. Interested applicants should send a resume to the 
school, 9115 Fern Creek Road, Fern Creek, Kentucky 40291, or phone Principal 
Judy Birkhead (502)454-8251, or phone Athletic Director Jerry Keepers 
(502)454-8436. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO WILSON COACHES OF THE YEAR 

Congratulations are in order to several coaches who have been nominated for the 
Wilson 1989 National Coaches of the Year. Those coaches nominated include Owen 
Hauck of Boone County (football), Berny Miller of Danville (boys' basketball), 
Roy Bowling of Laurel County (girls' basketball), E.G. Plummer of Danville 
(boys' track), Reba Woodall of Bryan Station (girls' track), Mac Whitaker of 
Harrison County (baseball), Mike Thomas of Union County (wrestling), Joel 
Cyganiewicz of El izabethtown (swimming), Gordon Bocock of Pulaski County (cross 
country), Betty Dwyer of Holy Cross in Louisville (volleyball), Steve Kaufman 
of Holy Cross in Louisville (softball), Tony Guffy of Ballard (soccer), Danny 
Spillman of Bowling Green (golf), and Joe Kroh of St. Xavier (tennis). In 
addition, Mary Burks of Holy Cross in Louisville was nominated for special 
sports, and Paul Young of St. Xavier was nominated as an athletic director. 
The nominations are made to Wilson by the state coaches associations. 

NOTES CONCERNING ACADEMIC ALL STATE NOMINATIONS 

The certificates for persons being named Academic All State Teams for the Fall 
and Winter sports periods will be mailed during the first few days of May. 
Thanks to all member schools who have submitted nominations. Please note, that 
if your school uses a weighted grade point average, or some other system which 
is not a standard 4.0 system, you will need to convert the grades to a 4.0 
scale for your athletes to receive consideration. Thanks again for your 
cooperation. 



OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

Many schools are working on 1989 football schedules with consideration for two 
year contracts to cover the remainder of the alignment period (1989 and 1990). 
With this in mind, please submit your open dates to this office so that we may 
again compile a list to assist you in scheduling. Please submit these open 
dates in writing and include 1) the game date desired, and 2) a contact name 
and daytime phone number. 

Week One (August 18) - Fleming-Neon, contact David Jones (606)855-7597. 
Knox Central, contact Ralph Smith (606)546-9253 or (606)546-9085. 
Pineville, contact Tim Saylor (606)337-2361. 

Week Two (August 25) - Dixie Heights, contact Don Afterkirk, Athletic 
Director (606)341-7650. Ironton (OH), contact Mike Burcham, A.D. 
(614)532-3911. Shelby County, contact Rod Cloyd, Athletic Director 
(502)633-2443. Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob Rose, (606)549-1915, 
3800, or 1737. 

Week Three (September 1) 1989 - Dayton, contact Stan Steidel 
(606)261-4357. Notre Dame, Portsmouth, OH. Contact Randy Martin 
(614)353-4255. Waggener, contact Jack Jacobs or Don Ludwig 
(502)454-8340. Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob Rose, (606)549-1915, 
3800, or 1737. 

Week Four (September 8), 1989 - Fleming-Neon, contact David Jones 
(606)855-7597. Franklin Simpson, contact Walter Heath (502)586-3273. 
Perry Meridian in Indianapolis is seeking a game with a Kentucky 
school. They are Indiana Class 5A (approximately 1500 students, top three 
grades). Desire home game in 1989, road game in 1990. Contact Noah 
Ellis, (317)882-4229. Providence, Clarksville, Indiana. Contact Bob 
Fields, A.D. (812)945-2538. Whitley County, contact Principal Virgil 
Chambers (606)549-1360. 

Week Five (September 15) 1989 - Dayton, contact Stan Steidel 
(606)261-4357. Donelson Christian Academy (central Tennessee). 
Pineville, contact Tim Saylor, A.D. (606)337-2361. 

Week Six (September 22) 1989 - Edmonson County, contact Gary Meredith, A.D. 
(502)597-2151. Harpeth, Kingston Springs, Tennessee, contact Coach 
Bill Cox (615)797-2811. LaRue County (would prefer away), contact 
Phil Eason (502)358-9200. Russellville, contact Wayne Mullen 
(502)726-8421. 

Week Seven (September 29) 1989 - Danville, contact Sam Harp (606)236-7957, 
or (606)236-5437. Pineville, contact Tim Saylor, A.D. (606)337-2361. 
Williamsburg, contact Coach Bob Rose, (606)549-1915, 3800, or 1737. 

Week Eight (October 6) 1989 - Amelia (OH), approximately 15 miles SE of 
Cincinnati, contact Tom Carr (513)753-5120. Cocke County (TN), 
Newport, Tennessee, contact Coach Larry Williams, (615)623-8718. 
Elkhorn City, contact Jerry Childers, Athletic Director (605)754-7417 
or 9098. LaRue County (would prefer home), contact Phil Eason 
(502)358-9200. 

Week Nine (October 13) 1989 - Morrow Little Miami High School, just outside 
of Cincinnati, approximately 530 in top three grades. Contact Rob Blanton 
(513)899-3781. Pineville, contact Tim Saylor, A.D. (606)337-2361. 
Russell, contact Jerry Klaiber, A.D. (606)836-9650. St. Xavier 
(Cincinnati), (approximately 1200 boys), contact Ross Butler, A.D. 
(513)761-7600, ext. 601. Robert A. Taft, Cincinnati, OH. Contact 
Raymond Spicher, A.D. (513)381-0890. 



OPEN FOOTBALL DATES (Continued) 

Week Ten (October 20) 1989 - Bardstown, contact Coach Garni s Martin 

(502)348-5913. Ironton (OH), contact Mike Burcham, A.D. 

(614)532-3911. Knox Central, contact Ralph Smith (606)546-9253 or 

(606)546-9085. 
Week Eleven (October 27) 1989 - LaRue County (would prefer home), contact 

Phil Eason (502)358-9200. 
Week Twelve (November 3) 1989 - Edmonson County, contact Gary Meredith, 

A.D. (502)597-2151. Knox Central, contact Ralph Smith (606)546-9253 

or (606)546-9085. Shelby County, contact Rod Cloyd, Athletic Director 

(502)633-2443. 

OFFICIALS INVITED TO ATTEND MEDICAL SYMPOSIUMS 

The members of the KMA Committee on School Health, Physical Education and the 
Medical Aspects of Sports would like to invite all high school sports officials 
to attend the Sports Medicine Symposiums at no cost for registration. The 
committee feels it is yery important to work with the sports officials for 
rendering the best care to high school athletes. ATTENDANCE AT THE SYMPOSIUMS 
IS NOT A REQUIREMENT FOR OFFICIALS. However, considering KMA's generous offer, 
officials who have the time and are available to go to a symposium should 
consider doing so. The complete schedule is listed elsewhere in this month's 
issue of the "Athlete". 



CORRECTION CONCERNING SOFTBALL SIZE 

The February issue of the "Athlete" contained the minutes of the January Board 
of Control meeting and stated that the softball size for 1989 would be the 
eleven inch softball. This is incorrect. For the 1989 State Softball 
tournament, the twelve ball will continue to be used, with the eleven inch ball 
becoming the tournament ball in 1990. We apologize for any inconvenience this 
may have caused. 

TRAINERS WORKSHOP SET FOR E.K.U. 

Cramer will again sponsor a workshop for athletic trainers at the campus of 
Eastern Kentucky University. The clinic will be held on June 4-7. Prospective 
student delegates may contact Bobby Barton at Eastern or write to Athletic 
Trainer Workshops, Cramer Products, P.O. Box 1001, Gardner, Kansas, 66030, or 
phone (800)255-6621 or (913)884-7511. 

ATI, INC TO BEGIN NEW CONCEPT IN FOOTBALL HELMET TECHNOLOGY 

Athletic Technology, Inc. has begun a new aggressive format in the 
manufacturing, selling, fitting, reconditioning, replacing and servicing of 
football helmets. With home offices to be located in Vienna, West Virginia, 
this new company hopes to continue to emphasize the safety needs of football 
players, while at the same time offering a value plan for the member schools 
who choose to join. Bill Hanlin, long time Commissioner of the West Virginia 
Secondary School Activities Association, has now been hired as the Executive 
Director of the company and brings his years of experience in the field to the 
new position. If you would like further details concerning this company, 
contact ATI for an informational brochure at (304)375-5824, or write to 431 
Victoria Avenue, Williamstown, WV, 26187. 



SCHEDULE OF MEDICAL SYMPOSIUMS 

The following is the revised schedule of the Medical Symposiums required by the 
State Department of Education for all Head Coaches in K.H.S.A.A. sanctioned 
sports. The dates which are underlined are those that have changed dates, or 
additional sites since the last issue of the Athlete, and since the time the 
letter was mailed to member schools . A letter has been sent to all schools 
informing them of this important change approved by the State Board of 
Education. This new regulation requires bi-annual attendance at one of the 
approved Medical Symposiums. THESE SEMINARS HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH THE CPR 
REQUIREMENT. THEY ARE A COMPLETELY SEPARATE REQUIREMENT. Beginning this year, 
bi-annual attendance is required for all Head Coaches in K.H.S.A.A. member 
schools in sports sanctioned by the Association. If you attended a seminar in 
1988, you do not need to attend a 1989 symposium. The schedule for this year 
is as follows -- 
April 22 - University of Louisville (502)637-3636, Dr. Raymond Shea, Suite 

150, Audobon Medical Plaza, 40217 
May 20 - Surgical Center, El izabethtown (502)737-5200, George Hosfield, 

Surgical Center, 708 Westpost Road, 42701 
June 10 - Murray-Calloway Hospital, Murray (502)753-5131, Ms. Kathie 

Pierce, Health-Promotions, 803 Poplar Street, 42071 
June 23 - Trover Clinic, Madisonville (502)825-7200, Dr. James Bowles, 

Clinic Drive, 42431 
June 24 - Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Mary L. Ireland, M.D. 

(606)276-5266. 1800 South Limestone, Suite 101, Lexington, 

40503, or Dr. Bobby Barton, Eastern Kentucky University 

Department of Physical Education. 
July 1 - University of Kentucky, Lexington (606)257-3232, J. Michael Ray, 

Orthopaedic Surgery, University Medical Plaza, Rose Street, 

40536-0223. 

Kentucky Wesleyan College, Owensboro (502)683-2441, Dr. Wm. 

McManus, P.O. Box 1441, Owensboro, 42301. 

Ashland. Dr. Garner Robinson, M.D. 700 13th Street, Ashland, 

KY 41101. 

Bourbon County Hospital, Paris. Program Chairman - Dr. J. Michael 

Ray, Orthopaedic Surgery, University Medical Plaza, Rose Street, 

40536-0223. 

Paintsville. Mary L. Ireland, M.D. (606)276-5266. 1800 South 

Limestone, Suite 101, Lexington, 40503. 

Northern KY University. Mike Miller, Sports Medicine, St. 

Elizabeth Hospital, 401 East 20th, Covington, 41014. 

NEW NCAA GUIDE TO COLLEGE FRESHMAN ELIGIBILITY MAILED TO ALL SCHOOLS 

A copy of the Guide to College Freshman Eligibility Requirements for NCAA 
Division I and II schools has been mailed to all principals and guidance 
counselors at public, private and parochial schools in the United States. This 
brochure is helpful in summarizing the Association's initial eligibility 
requirements, and additional copies may be purchased from the NCAA at P.O. Box 
1906, Mission, Kansas, 66201. 



July 


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July 


15 - 


July 


22 - 


July 


22 - 


July 


28/29 



Test Date 
(ACT) 06/10/89 
(SAT) 05/06/89 
(SAT) 06/03/89 



A. CI. AND S.A.T. TEST DATES REMAINING FOR 1989 

Regular Postmark Deadline Late Deadline 
05/12/89 05/30/89 

03/31/89 
04/28/89 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1989 



PAGE SEVEN 



The K.H.S.A.A. 

Salutes the 

Winners of the 

Academic Showcase 




The fourth annual Sweet 16 Academic Showcase was held in Lexington, Kentucky during the week of the 
Boys' Sweet 1 6 Basketball Tournament. Two hundred ninety-seven high schools competed in final competitions 
on the Transylvania University campus Wednesday, March 1 5 through Friday, March 1 7, 1 989. A total of $75,350 
in scholarships and prizes was awarded. 



Results of the 12 competitions are as follows: 

MUSIC, VOCAL 

First — Troy Cook Jr., Eminence High School 

Second — Shay Dodson, Carlisle County High School 

Third — Patrick Yaeger, Youth Performing Arts High School 

Fourth — John Siler, Middlesboro High School 

CREATIVE WRITING 

First — Graham Shelby, Bryan Station High School 
Second — Joe Compton, Lawrence County High School 
Third — Jody Burke, Boyd County High School 
Fourth — Jefferson Calico, Beechwood High School 

SPEECH 

First — Josh Boyd, Highlands High School 

Second — Deidre Glasser, Rowan County High 

Third — Tobi Cool, Elkhorn City High School 

Fourth — David Toyse, Jessamine County High School 

ESSAY WRITING 

First — Kathy Marshall, Notre Dame Academy High School 

Second — Cherry Henault, Christian County High School 

Third — Deborah Barker, Boyd County High School 

Fourth — Kimbra Wilder, Middlesboro High School, fourth place 

MATH 

First — Ballard High School, Mark Roseberry, John Polhill, Jr., Andrew 

Colville. Brett Hawkins 
Second — Scott County High School, Chris Girard, Jason Kenney, 

Wendy Watts 
Third — Daviess County High School, John Wells, Scott Wells, J.J. 

Mackey, Brian Love 
Fourth — Tales Creek High School, Jeanie Krause, Phil French, 

Jenny Chung, Jason Hall 

ART 2-D 

First — Jeff Mayes, Holy Cross High School 
Second — Grant Hayunga, Ballard High School 
Third — Tani Coffey, Apollo High School 
Fourth — Chris Leslie, Russell High School 

ART 3-D 

First — Demond Williams, Bardstown High School 

Second — Vince Murray, Anderson County High School 



Third — Brad Sturgill, Dilce Combs High School 
Fourth — Laura Whitt, Raceland High School 

JOURNALISM, ADVERTISING 

First — Blazer High School, Ginger Castle, Jennifer Scott 
Second — Daviess County High School, Harper Cook, Anita Gillaspie 
Third — East Hardin High School, Laura Beth Gibson, Shawn Wilkie 
Fourth — DuPont Manual Magnet High School, Melissa Bruce, 
Wesley Jackson 

CHESS 

First — David Kupersmith, St. Francis High School 
Second — William Scot Morison, Atherton High School 
Third — Brian Grace, South Hopkins High School 
Fourth — Michael Brown, Jackson City High School 

COMPUTER 

First — Rowan County High School, Paul Brewer, Matt Cuffs, 

David Fiel, Neil Laferty 
Second — Jackson City High School, Patricia Ashcraft, William 

Brown, Scott Haddix, Jeff Morrison 
Third — Bowling Green High School, Craig Bitterling, Mark Bitterling, 

Will Constable, Alex Duncan 
Fourth — Eastern High School, Scott Kiser, Tony So, Jason Waldeck 

JOURNALISM, FEATURE WRITING 
First — Lahoma Dunsmore, Danville High School 
Second — Erik Parrent, Caldwell County High School 
Third — Angela Tatum, Pleasure Ridge Park High School 
Fourth — Chris Poynter, Bourbon County High School 

MUSIC, INSTRUMENTAL 

First — Alyssa Park, Henry Clay High School 

Second — Kay Kim. Lafayette High School 

Third — Steven Richey, Grayson County High School 

Fourth — Laura Ledford, Somerset High School 



All academicians were recognized at center court in 
Rupp Arena during the basketball tournament. This 
event has proven that in Kentucky, education and 
athletics compliment and benefit each other. 



TARGET Videos continued from Page 2. 

VC001 7-A-C MODULE III - Turn Energy Into Action: Students learn practical applications for skills learned in Modules I and 
II. They are asked to begin using these committees. Corresponding exercises found in the student guidebook 
demonstrates how these tools work. - Josten's 

VC0018-A-E The Rally 1/2" VHS 

The Rally is a 28-minute, 16mm film or video cassette designed to be used for athletic and non-athletic 
pre-season meetings. It is intended to provoke discussion within coaches, parents and student groups as well 
as between groups. 

VC001 9-A-D No Matter How You Say It . . . Say No 1 /2" VHS 

This 11 minute video cassette features Detroit Pistons' all star guard Isiah Thomas, who visits with a small 
group of students and tells them how he has dealt with the pressures to use alcohol and drugs. Not only does 
Thomas tell the youth to say "No" to alcohol and other drugs, he relates ways to say "No" and still be accepted 
by peers. 

VC0020-A-E Crackdown, I, II, III 1 /2" VHS 

VC0021 -A-E The overall theme is that the use of crack, cocaine and drugs in general is wrong and a serious threat to one's 
VC0022-A-E health and well-being. Realistic dramatizations are interwoven with Interviews of some of the foremost 

authorities In the field of drug abuse as well as actual classroom "rap" sessions between the host and 

students of all ages. 

Crackdown I (2 parts, 25 mins. each with teacher's guide) - levels 3rd grade - 9th grade 
Crackdown II (2 parts, 21 mIns. each with teacher's guide) - levels 20 - college 
Crackdown III (approx. 50 mins. with guide) - parents and teachers 



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STATE TRACK 
MEET INFORMATION 



Friday, May 26, 1989 

Practice Schedule: The Shively Track will be open for 
practice from 12:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. 

Team Packets: Team packets and numbers can be picked 
up from 5:00-6:00 on the track side of the Shively Sports 
Center Building or Saturday morning. May 27 from 7:30 a.m. 
-9:30 a.m. at the gate to the track. 

Coaches Meeting: There will be a coaches and officials 
meeting at 6:00 p.m. in the Nutter Center on Friday, May 26, 
1989. 

NOTE: The 1600m Relay will be run with a 3 turn stagger. 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR K.H.S.A.A. 

STATE TRACK MEET 

Classes A, AA, AAA Boys - Classes A, AA, AAA Girls 

FINALS - Saturday, May 27, 1989 

TRACK EVENTS 

10:00 — A Girls 100m High Hurdles 
10:05 — AA Girls 100m High Hurdles 
10:10 — AAA Girls 100m High Hurdles 
10:20 — A Boys 110m High Hurdles 
10:25 — AA Boys 1 10m High Hurdles 
10:30 — AAA Boys 110m High Hurdles 
10:40 — A Girls 100m Dash 
10:45 — AA Girls 100m Dash 
10:50 — AAA Girls 100m Dash 
10:55 — A Boys 100m Dash 
1 1 :00 — AA Boys 1 00m Dash 
1 1 :05 — AAA Boys 1 00m Dash 
11:10 — A Girls 800m Relay 
11:18 — AA Girls 800m Relay 
11:26 — AAA Girls 800m Relay 
1 1 :34 — A Boys 1 600m Ru n 
11:42 — AA Boys 1600m Run 
11:50 — AAA Boys 1600m Run 
11:58 — A Girls 1600m Run 
12:06 — AA Girls 1600m Run 
12:14 — AAA Girls 1600m Run 
12:22 — A Boys 400m Relay 
12:28 — AA Boys 400m Relay 
12:34 — AAA Boys 400m Relay 
12:40 — A Girls 400m Relay 
12:46 — AA Girls 400m Relay 
12:52 — AAA Girls 400m Relay 

K.T.C.C.C.A. HALL OF FAME AWARDS/LUNCH 

1:30 — A Boys 400m Dash 
1:35 — AA Boys 400m Dash 
1:40 — AAA Boys 400m Dash 
1:45 — A Girls 400m Dash 
1:50 — AA Girls 400m Dash 
1:55 — AAA Girls 400m Dash 
2:00 — A Boys 400m Int. Hurdles 
2:05 — AA Boys 400m Int. Hurdles 
2:10 — AAA Boys 300m Int. Hurdles 
2:15 — A Girls 300m Low Hurdles 
2:20 — AA Girls 300m Low Hurdles 
2:25 — AAA Girls 300m Low Hurdles 
2:30 — A Boys 800m Run 
2:35 — AA Boys 800m Run 
2:40 — AAA Boys 800m Run 
2:45 — A Girls 800m Run 
2:50 — AA Girls 800m Run 



2:55- 


AAA Girls 800m Run 




3:00- 


A Boys 200m Dash 




3:05- 


AA Boys 200m Dash 




3:10- 


AAA Boys 200m Dash 




3:15- 


A Girls 200m Dash 




3:20- 


AA Girls 200m Dash 




3:25- 


AAA Girls 200m Dash 




3:30- 


A Boys 3200m Run 




3:45- 


AA Boys 3200 Run 




4:00- 


AAA Boys 3200m Run 




4:15- 


A Girls 3200m Run 




4:30- 


AA Girls 3200m Run 




4:45- 


AAA Girls 3200 Run 




5:00- 


A Boys 1600m Relay 




5:08- 


AA Boys 1600m Relay 




5:16- 


AAA Boys 1600m Relay 




5:24- 


A Girls 1600m Relay 




5:32- 


AA Girls 1600m Relay 




5:40- 


AAA Girls 1600m Relay 




6:00- 


AWARDS 

FIELD EVENTS 






SHOT 


DISCUS 


9:00 


— AAA Boys 9:00 — 


AAA Girls 


10:30 


— A Boys 10:00 — 


A Girls 


12:00 


— AA Boys 12:00 — 


AA Girls 


1:30 


— AAA Girls 1:30 — 


AAA Boys 


3:00 


— A Girls 3:00 — 


A Boys 


4:30 


— AA Girls 4:30 — 


AA Boys 




POLE VAULT TRIPLE JUMP 


9:00 


— AAA Boys 12:00 — 


A Boys 


12:00 


— A Boys 2:00 — 


AAA Boys 


3:00 


— AA Boys 4:00 — 
LONG JUMP 


AA Boys 


9:00 


— A Boys 1:30 — 


AAA Girls 


10:30 


— AAA Boys 3:00 — 


A Girls 


12:00 


— AA Boys 4:30 — 
HIGH JUMP 


AA Girls 


9:00 


— AAA Girls 1:30 — 


AAA Boys 


10:30 


— A Girls 3:00 - 


A Boys 


12:00 


— AA Girls 4:30 - 


AA Boys 



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1988-89 Approved 
Softball Officials 



Due to unforeseen circumstances, we are unable at this 
time to publish SOFTBALL officials who have qualified for the 
ratings of APPROVED and CERTIFIED. 



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PAGE NINE 



1989 BASEBALL INFORMATION 

District and Regional Sites and Managers 



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DISTRICT 1: Heath High School. 4330 Metropolis Lake Road, 
West Paducah 42086 Manager: Tommy brown, Athletic 
Director. 

DISTRICT 2: Graves County High School, Route 8, Mayfield 
42066 Manager: Donald Jones, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 3: Hickman County High School, Cresap Street, 
Clinton 42031 Manager: Ray Wilson, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 4: Marshall County High School, Route 7, Benton 
42025 Manager: Ed Postel, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 5: Christian County High School, Glass Avenue, 
Hopkinsville 42240 Manager: Wilton Gant, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 6: Lyon County High School, P.O. Box 400. 
Eddyville 42038 Manager: Carroll Wadlington, Athletic 
Director. 

DISTRICT 7: Madisonville-North Hopkins, US 41 North, 
Madisonville 42431 Manager: John Armstrong, Coach. 
DISTRICT 8: Henderson County High School, 2424 Zion 
Road, Henderson 42420 Manager: Bob Mulchay, Athletic 
Director. 

DISTRICT 9: Apollo High School, 2280 Tamarack Road, 
Ow^ensboro 42301 Manager: Willis McClure, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 10: Muhlenberg Central High School, Powderly 
42367 Manager: Jim Price, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 11: Grayson County High School, Route 5 
Leitchfield 42754 Manager: Don Lee Coach. 
DISTRICT 12: Ohio County High School, Highway 231 South, 
Hartford 42347 Manager: Jake Russell. Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 13: Butler County High School, Box 248, Morgan- 
town 42261 Manager: Randy Burden, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 14: Warren Central High School, 559 Morgantown 
Road, Bowling Green 421 01 Manager: David Crowe, Athletic 
Director. 

DISTRICT 15: Edmonson County High School, 220 High 
School Road, Brownsville 42210 Manager: Gary Meredith, 
Athletic Director. 

DISTRICT 16: Metcalfe County High School, Glasgow Road, 
Edmonton 42129 Manager: Gary Richardson, Athletic 
Director. 

DISTRICT 17: East Hardin High School, 129 College Street, 
Glensale 42740 Manager: Kenny Tabb, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 18: Caverna High School, Route 2, Horse Cave 
42749 Manager: Terry Martin, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 19: Nelson County High School, 1070 Bloomfield 
Road, Bardstown 40004 Manager: Dan Richards, Athletic 
Director. 

DISTRICT 20: Adair County High School, Greensburg Road, 
Columbia 42728 Manager: Travis Paul Scott, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 21: Southwest Christian, 10301 Deering Road, 
Louisville 40272 Manager: Doug Hash, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 22: Holy Cross High School, 51 44 Dixie Highway, 
Louisville 40216 Manager: Martin Napper, Coach. 
DISTRICT 23: Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, 
Fairdale 40118 Manager: Butch Greschel, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 24: Iroquois High School, 4615 Taylor Blvd., 
Louisville 40215 Manager: Mike McDaniel, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 25: St. Xavier High School, 1609 Poplar Level 
Road, Louisville 40217 Manager: Jerry Mayes, Athletic 
Director. 

DISTRICT 26: Trinity High School, 4011 Shelbyville Road, 
Louisville 40207 Manager: Harry Jansing, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 27: Jeffersontown High School, 9600 Old Six Mile 
Road, Louisville 40207 Manager: Bob Morehead, Athletic 
Director. 

DISTRICT 28: Eastern High School, 12400 Old Shelbyville 
Road, Louisville 40243 Manager: Jim Swart, Athletic Director. 



DISTRICT 29: Bullitt Central High School, P.O. Box 159, 
Shepherdsville 40165 Manager: Gary Dennison, Athletic 
Director. 

DISTRICT 30: Shelby County High School, P.O. Box 69, 
Shelbyville 40065 Manager: Rod Cloyd, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 31: Oldham County High School, P.O. Box 187, 
Buckner 40010 Manager: Tom Peterson, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 32: Walton-Verona High School, School Road, 
Walton 41094 Manager: John Reeves, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 33: Lloyd Memorial High School, 450 Bartlett 
Avenue, Erianger 41018 Manager: J.T. Mulligan, Athletic 
Director. 

DISTRICT 34: Newport High School, 900 East 6th Street, 
Newport 41071 Manager: James Weyer, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 35: Bishop Brossart High School, Grove & 
Jefferson, Alexandria 41001 Manager: Dave Schuh, Athletic 
Director. 

DISTRICT 36: Holy Cross High School, 3617 Church Street, 
Covington 41015 Manager: Jim McDonough, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 37: Harrison County High School, Webster 
Avenue, Cynthiana 41 031 Manager: Gary Dearborn, Athletic 
Director. 

DISTRICT 38: Pentleton County High School, Route 5, 
Falmouth 41040 Manager: Tom Woofter, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 39: Fleming County High School, Route 2, 
Flemingsburg 41041 Manager: Joe Dan Gold, Principal/ 
Athletic Director. 

DISTRICT 40: Montgomery County High School, 724 Wood- 
ford Drive, ML Sterling 40353 Manager: Lowell King, Athletic 
Director. 

DISTRICT 41: Woodford County High School, Frankfort 
Street, Versailles 40383 Manager: Bill Hill, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 42: Henry Clay High School, 2100 Fontaine Road, 
Lexington 40502 Manager: Al Prewitt, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 43: Madison Central High School, 705 N. Second, 
Richmond 40475 Manager: Ed Miracle, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 44: Boyle County High School, Perryville Road, 
Danville 40422 Manager: Jim Donion, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 45: Burgin High School, 440 East Mam Street, 
Burgin 4031 Manager: Orin M. Simmerman, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 46: Monticello High School, 135 Cave Street, 
Monticello 42633 Manager: Wade Upchurch, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 47: Somerset High School, College Street, Somer- 
set 42501 Manager: John Cain. Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 48: Oneida Baptist Institute, Mulberry Street, 
Oneida 40972 Manager: Larry Griffon, Principal/Athletic 
Director. 

DISTRICT 49: Corbin High School, 19th & Snyder Streets, 
Corbin 40701 Manager: Ray Tipton, Principal/Athletic 
Director. 

DISTRICT 50: Pineville High School, Virginia Avenue, 
Pineville 40977 Manager: Tim Saylor, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 51: Cumberland High School, Redskin Drive, 
Cumberland 40823 Manager: Murris Wilder, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 52: Whitesburg High School, College Hill, Whites- 
burg 41 858 Manager: Arthur "Ozz" Jackson, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 53: Hazard High School, Highway 15 South, Box 
5007, Hazard 41701 Manager: Hargue Rogers, Principal/ 
Athletic Director. 

DISTRICT 54: Cordia High School, Route 2, Hazard 41701 
Manager: Bobby Smith, Athletic Director. 
DISTRICT 55: Owsley County High School, Box 707, 
Booneville 41314 Managers: C. Turner/R. Spencer, Athletic 
Director. 

Baseball Information Continued on Page Ten 



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DISTRICT 56: Johnson Central High School, Route 276, Box 

202, Paintsville 41240 Manager: Steve Trimble, Athletic 

Director. 

DISTRICT 57: Prestonsburg High School, North Lake Drive, 

Prestonsburg 41653 Manager: Robert May. Principal/Athletic 

Director. 

DISTRICT 58: Pikeville High School, 1987 Championship 

Drive, Pikeville 41 501 Manager: Ken Trivette, Athletic Director. 

DISTRICT 59: Pikeville High School, 1987 Championship 

Drive, Pikeville 41 501 Manager: Ken Trivette, Athletic Director. 

DISTRICT 60: Rowan County High School, Route 5. Morehead 

40351 Manager: Ken Howard, Athletic Director. 

DISTRICT 61: West Carter High School, Box 479, Olive Hill 

41164 Manager: George Steele, Principal/Athletic Director. 

DISTRICT 62: Raceland High School, Ram Drive, Raceland 

41 169 Manager: John Stephens, Principal/ Athletic Director. 

DISTRICT 63: Lawrence County High School, Highway 644, 

Louisa 41230 Manager: Eddie Marshall, Principal/Athletic 

Director. 

REGIONS 
REGION 1: Murray High School, 501 Doran Road, Murray 
42071 Manager: Carey Miller, Athletic Director. 
REGION 2: Henderson County High School, 2424 Zion Road, 
Henderson 42420 Manager: Bob Mulchay, Athletic Director. 
REGION 3: Apollo High School. 2280 Tamarack Road, 
Owensboro 42301 Manager: Willis McClure, Athletic Director. 
REGION 4: Bowling Green High School, 1801 Rockingham 
Lane. Bowling Green 42101 Manager: Don Webb, Athletic 
Director. 

REGION 5: Elizabethtown High School, Panther Lane, 
Elizabethtown 42701 Manager: George Lynch, Athletic 
Director. 

REGION 6: Pleasure Ridge Park High School, 5901 Green- 
wood Road, Louisville 40258 Manager: Russ Cline, Athletic 
Director. 

REGION 7: Jeffersontown High School, 9600 Old Six Mile 
Road, Louisville 40299 Manager: Bob Moreland, Athletic 
Director. 

REGION 8: Carroll County High School, P.O. Box 365, 
Carrollton 41008 Manager: Dr. Henry Williams, Athletic 
Director. 

REGION 9: Newport High School, 900 East 6th Street, 
Newport 41071 Manager: Tim Weyer, Athletic Director. 
REGION 10: Harrison County High School, Webster Avenue, 
Cynthiana41031 Manager: Gary Dearborn, Athletic Director. 
REGION 11: Woodford County High School, Frankfort Street, 
Versailles 40383 Manager: Bill Hill, Athletic Director. 
REGION 12: McCreary Central High School, HC 69, Box 26, 
Stearns 42647 Manager: Jerry Stephens, Athletic Director. 
REGION 13: Barbourville High School, P.O. Box 540, 
Barbourville 40906 Manager: Versil Phipps, Athletic Director. 
REGION 14: Powell County High School, Highway 15, Box 
488, Stanton 40380 Manager: Mike Crowe, Athletic Director. 
REGION 15: Pikeville High School, 1987 Championship 
Drive, Pikeville 42501: Ken Trivette, Athletic Director. 
REGION 16: Rowan County High School, Route 5, Morehead 
40351 Manager: Ken Howard, Athletic Director. 

SEMI-STATE 
SEMI-STATE 1: Apollo High School. 2280 Tamarack Road, 
Owensboro 42301 Manager: Willis McClure. Athletic Director. 
SEMI-STATE 2: Elizabethtown High School, Panther Lane, 
Elizabethtown 42701 Manager: George Lynch, Athletic 
Director. 

SEMI-STATE 3: Somerset High School, College Street, 
Somerset 42501 Manager: John Cain, Athletic Director 
SEMI-STATE 4: Pikeville High School, 1987 Championship 
Drive, Pikeville 41501 Manager: Ken Trivette, Athletic Director. 

STATE 
STATE FINALS: University of Kentucky, Shively Sports 
Center 



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1988-89 Approved 

and Certified 
Baseball Officials 



The following Baseball officials have 
for APPROVED or CERTIFIED as a 
Federation Examination: 

APPROVED 
Asher. Jacob R. 
Avis. Desmond S. 
Campbell. Dexter L 
Cashen, Robby 
Cates. Brent 
Combs, Ira D. 
Conn, Curtis Dale 
Dixon. Ron 
Duncan. Garold 6. 
Howard. Douglas 
Howell. Terry M. 
Kennedy. Timothy B. 
Lewis. Stephen C 
Lindsey, Billy 
Meade. Jr.. Charles E. 
Newsom. Barry W. 
Redmon. Richard 
Richardson. Jeflery 
Rogers, Rufus B. 
Schureck, George J. 
Sparks. Tom 
Stephens. Tony 
Stephenson. Joseph A. 
Temple. Thomas M. 
Towler. David 
Wooton. Rick 



CERTIFIED 



Beavers, Daniel F. 
Hale. Terry Wayne 
Leggett, Jr.. Kenneth E. 
Martin. Chuck 
Newsome. Larry L 
Shown. Joe C. 
Turley. Jr., Roy M. 



qualified for the ratings 
result of the National 



Lexington 

Jeffersontown 

Ulvah 

Richmond 

Louisville 

Jeff 

Harold 

Ashland 

Olive Hill 

Winchester 

Scottsville 

Grayson 

Radcliff 

Campbellsville 

Hazard 

Ashland 

Columbia 

Radcliff 

Fort Knox 

Louisville 

Flatwoods 

Summer Shade 

Winchester 

Lexington 

Ashland 

Krypton 

Princeton 

Bowling Green 

Madisonville 

Beaver Dam 

Ashland 

Owensboro 

Winchester 



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1989 NATIONAL FEDERATION TRACK & FIELD 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 




PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

SITUATION #12: At the finish line, m addition to judges and timers, one official is 
assigned as an inspector to observe infractions that might occur at the finish line 
or immediately following the race. Following a close finish in the 100 meter dash, 
the second place finisher is observed by one of the timers who claims he heard the 
competitor use a swear word and informs the competitor that he is disqualified 
This action is not witnessed by the official charged with observing this type of an 
action After hearing both reports, the referee rules there will be no 
disqualification. An appeal is made to the games committee, the ruling is reversed 
and A1 is disqualified. 

RULING: If the games committee was. in fact, set up as the final jury ot appeals, 
and if the appeal was made by a coach of one of the opposing runners, the referee 
would have to accept the decision. However, it is highly unusual for a timer or 
finish line judge to be concerned with the personal conduct of the place winners. 
unless it IS so flagrant that it is obvious to anyone m the area that a violation has 
occurred. In this case, it should have been evident to the official in charge of 
supervising the finish In no case can anyone but the referee make the 
determination to disqualify unless it is action by the jury of appeals. (3-4-1 ; 3-4-5) 
COMMENT: With the exception of the referee, officials should limit their actin to 
those areas specifically placed under their jurisdiction. 

SITUATION #13: Prior to the beginning of the meet, the referee notices that 
several of the competitors on Team A. both male and female, are wearing shorts 
typically referred to as "bicycle shorts" or "thigh huggers", without the traditional 
trackuniformshortsoverthem. When the referee notifies the coach of Team A that 
the uniforms do not meet rule requirements, the coach protests tc the jury of 
appeals. 

RULING: The protest will be denied This type of apparel is no more a substitute for 
a track uniform that it would be acceptable as a basketball or a baseball uniform. 
(4-3-1; 1989 Points of Special Emphasis) 

SITUATION #14: Following a close finish in the 100 meter dash, several coaches 
int eh vicinity of the finish line demand to see a copy of the finish line accutrack 
photo. 

RULING: Only the finish line evaluator. head finish judge and referee have 
access to the finish line photo, unless there is a formal appeal and the jury of 
appeals chooses to share it with the coach m question. (3-7-7b) 
SITUATION #15: In the 800 meter run. the announced starting procedure is that all 
competitors will take a position withm one step of the starting line and on the 
command. "Runners Set", will step up to the line A1 reports to the clerk of course 
with starting blocks and is told they will not be permitted The coach of Team A 
protests. 

RULING: The protest will be honored, unless there are some unusual 
circumstances, such as a large field of competitors, an alley start, etc, in which 
there literally would not be room tor a starting block The starter would have to 
accommodate Al's wish In this case, the starting procedure announced would 
have to be modified with everyone taking a position at the line. The starter will use 
one preliminary command, i.e.. "Runners Set". (5-4-1) 

COMMENT: The starting procedure referred to above is recommended for us 
"when al runners start from a standing starl" 

SITUATION #16: Al reports to the boy's shot put with the two middle fingers on his 
putting hand taped tightly together and with the tape beginning between the first 
and second knuckle of the thumb and circling the base of the thumb and the wrist. 
The judge rules that the taping of the thumb is illegal and the coach of Team A 
protests, stating that there is no connecting tape between the fingers and the 
palm, back of the hand and wrist. 

RULING: The protest shall be denied. The thumb is considered one of the fingers 
and there can be no connecting tape between the thumb and the palm or back of 
the hand, or between the thumb and the wrist. (6-4-7) 

SITUATION #17: At the county track and field championships, the games 
committee announces that all competitors must compete in all events in which 
they are entered Failure to do so means that they are ineligible to compete in any 
events beyond the ones they have scratchd Team A's 4 x 1600 meter relay has 
only four runners listed on the entry form, Al and A2 report, but A3 and A4 fail to 
report when the event is called. 

RULING: While the rules are silent on any reference to what is cometimes referred 
to an an "honest effort" rule, it is not unusual for meet management to adopt 
something like this part of their terms and conditions. If this were the case, Al and 
A2 would not be disqualified from further competition, while A3 and A4 would. 



SITUATION #1 8: At the start of the girl's 1 00 meter high hurdles, Al wishes to use 
a standing start Meet management has provided starting blocks for all 
competitors, but Al (a) wishes to use her own starting block with a special adapter 
for a standing start, or (b) has an adapter that will fit on the starting blocks 
furnished by meet management, or (c) whereas her blocks do not fit the holes on 
the all-weather track that have been prescribed tor the standard starting block, 
she requests the use of a teammate or attendant to support the blocks to keep 
them from slipping. 

RULING: In (a) and (b). this will be permitted, provided the blocks can be used 
without any modification to the track In (c), this will be at the discretion of meet 
management. (5-4-2) 

COMMENT: Starting blocks are provided for all competitors and if one or mroe 
wish to use a block that accommodates a different type of starting technique, such 
as a standing start or a semi-crouch, the burden of responsibility on having a 
block available that does not require any modifications of the track is on that of the 
athlete. 

SITUATION #19: In the shot put, Al who is very heavy set, reports to teh event 
wearing sweat pants and a jersey that appears to be a football practice jersey. The 
coach explains the school does not have a jersey and shorts that would tit Al, and 
the sweat pants and jersey Al is wearing are school-owned and issued. The shot 
put judge permits Al to compete, but following the competition, an opposing 
coach enters a protest, claiming the competitor did not comply with Ruel 4-3-3 or 
4-5-7 

RULING: The protest should be denied. (4-3-1; 4-3-3; 4-3-5; S.R-4.3.1F) 
SITUATION #20: During the second lap of the 1 600 meter run at the distnct track 
meet. A2 is leading when B2 steps on teh leader's heel, causing both runners to 
fall to the track They get back on their feet and finish the race. Team A finished in 
fifth place, and out otcontentino for a qualifying spot in the state final. The referee 
disqualifies Team B, Following the meet, the coach of Team A protests that B's 
interference prevented his team from qualifying for the state meet and feels teh 
team should be allowed to participate in the state final meet. 
RULING: There is no rule support to honor this protest. The only way Team A 
could have qualified would have been for the referee to order a rerun of the race. 
Because the violation occurred in the middle of the second lap of a qualifying heat, 
there was no way the referee could have equitably rectified Team A's misfortune 
without penalizing the other teams running in the same heat. {See guidelines for 
rerunning a race on page 1 2 in case book ) 

SITUATION #21 : In the finals of the 200 meter dash, A2 is heavily favored to tie or 
break the existing state record of 20 9 Immediately after the start, one of the three 
timers assigned to first place announces that he "failed to catch the smoke" and 
disqualifies himself The other two timers record Al 's winning effort at 20.8 and 
21 ) respectively The winning time is announced at 21,0. Al's coach protests that 
his runner should have been at least credited with typing the record at 20.9, 
RULING: When only two watches record the winning effort, the slower time must 
be used. (3-8-3) 

SITUATION #22: In the 4 x 200 meter relay, members of the competing teams 
report to the starting line for final instructions. All competitors are wearing their 
warm-ups and following instructions, some team members are sent to the first and 
third exchange zones across the track. When the contestants are instructed to 
remove their warm-ups in preparatin for the race, it is observed that members of 
Team B are not wearing identical uniforms, 

RULING: Team B will not be permitted to start the race because team members 
are not in their proper uniform. The race will not be delayed in order to permit the 
team to comply with the rules, (4-3-4) 

SITUATION #23: Pol vaulter Al fails his first attempt at 14' 9" and passes his 
second and third attempts.. When the bar is moved to 15', A2 fails his first try. but 
clears the bar on the second attempt at that height. B1 , who successfully cleared 
1 4' 9", cleared 1 5' on his third try at that height. Al is declared the winner on the 
basis of fewest trials at the height at which the tie occurs, but Bl's coach protests 
that Al also had two consecutive failed tries prior to his clearing the bar at 15', 
RULING: The protest shall be denied Rules specifically state that the first tie- 
breaker will be "the lowestnumberof trials for the height at which the tie occurs" 
and Al should not be penalized for his strategy in passing after his first failed 
attempt at the lower height. (7-4-25a) 



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1989 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASEBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 




CORRECTIONS: 

Rule Book 

1989 Baseball Rules Interpretations Part I, Situation #9 - Revise ruling to read 
B2 fS Qui and Rl is returned to first base. 7-3-5 

Case Book 

Case Book Play 7 3.5c, page 36 - Revise ruling to read: Batter is out and Rl is 
returned to first base 

SITUATION #24: With (a) two strikes or (b) one strike on B2 and less than two outs. 

Rl attempts to steal second B2 swings and misses, but as F2 attempts to throve' to 

second, 82 mterteres with the throw, even though Rl would have easily stolen the 

base 

RULING: In (a) and (b), B2 would be declared out for interference and Rl would 

return to first base. 7-3-5 

SIUTATION#25: Fl, in the set position, before coming set, steps backward oH the 

pitcher's plate before separating his hands. Is this legal'' 

RULING: Yes Until the pitcher separates his hands as he begins to deliver a pitch. 

he may step backward off the pitchers plate without penalty. 6-1-3 

SITUATION »26: While taking his stretch, Fl comes set with his leg in the air Is this 

legal? 

RULING: No Both feet must be on theground before Fl comes to a complete and 

discernible stop. 6-4-4, 6-1-3 

SITUATION #27: is a portable pitchers mound legal? 

RULING: No 1-1-8 

SITUATION #28: With the score tied, two outs, runners Rl on 3rd and R2 on 2nd in 

the last half of the 7th mmng. the batter hits a long, high fly ball to left field which 

appears to be a home run Rl advances and touches the piate. R2 has touched 3rd 

base and B5 has touched 1st base when the wind holds up the ball causing it to hit 

the outfield fence, rebounding into the field of play R2 bad deliberately removed 

his helmet before reaching 3rd base and prior to Rl having reached the plate. 

Believing the ban isgomg over the fence, the umpire does not declare R2 out until 

atter the ball hits the fence. Does the run count since Rl had touched the plate at 

the time the out is declared, or is the out retroactive to the time the helmet was 

removed'' 

RULING: The run does not count since R2 removed his batting helmet which is the 

third out 8-4-1-1. 9-1-1-d 

SITUATION #29: Team A has one player on the bench who has not been in the 

game when the right fielder gets injured. Team A's coach states he desires to play 

with only eight players rather than insert this player into the Ime-up. Legal'' 

RULING: No It substitutes are available they shall be inserted. 4-4-1 -f 

SITUATION #30: Rl is on second base when B3 doubles to right field As Rl 

rounds third base. he. (a) collides with the coach; (b) slaps hands with the coach in 

celebration, (c) slips and falls, after which the coach puts out a hand and helps him 

to his feet. Is the runner ouf 

RULING; In (a) if the coach IS in the coaching box there would be no penalty. In (b) 

there is no penalty In (c) the runner would be declared out. 3-2-2-a 

SITUATION #31: A pitch eludes the catcher and ledges behind the catcher's chest 

protector Rl was attempting to steal 2nd base on the pitch, and continues to 3rd 

base when the catcher has trouble getting the bail from behind his protector Is this 

a legal advance'' 

RULING: The bail remains alive and runners mayadvance at their own risk. 8-3-3 

SITUATION #32: The coach of Team A has been restricted to the dugout because 

of an argument with the pate umpire, in the next inning he ccalls his pitcher to the 

dugout for a defensive conference. Is this legal'' 

RULING: Yes The coach of Team A is restricted to the dugout. However, he may 

coach from the dugout. 3-3-1 Penalty 

SITUATION #33: The coach of Team A has all of his players m the game and has 

no legal substitutes, F3 argues a play and is ejected. Team A continues with eight 

players. At the end of the next inning another player, who was in school detention. 

arrives. May he (a) enter as the ninth player or (b) replace one of the remaining 

eight players'' 

RULING: In (a) this would be illegal. Once a team has only eight players, it cannot 

return to nine In (b) he may enter for one of the remaining eight players and Team A 

could ocntmue playing short. 4-4-1 

SITUATION #34: There is an opening in the outfield fence the 410 foot mark. 

During the pregame conference the home team coach announces that any batted 

ball going through the opening is a ground rule triple. The visiting coach objects to 

this ruling. How is this settled'' 

RULING: The plate umpire states than any ball going through the opening will be a 

ground rule double The rule book does no allow for a three base award in this 

mstance. 8-3-3- 



SITUATION #35: B2 enters the batter's box with a ceramic bat, which is illigal. and 

takes one ptich May B1 be ruled out even though he has not attempted to hit a 

pitch'' 

RULING: Yes. Bi is to be called out because he entered the batter's box with an 

illegal bat 7-4-a 

SITUATION #36: Team A has been charged with three defensive conferences. 

The coach of Team A calls time out and goes to the mound to talk with Fl. The 

coach (a) leves the mound without removing Fl, or (b) brings 510 with him to the 

mound to replace Fl May Fl return as a pitcher? 

RULING: No in (a) The coach did not replace Fl until told by the umpire. In (b) 

since the coach removed Fl on his own, a defensive conference was not charged. 

3-4-1 

SITUATION #37: In the first game of a tournament. Team A loses to Team B, 5-4. In 

the first mmng of hte next game, the visiting team scores four runs before the 

coach of the team on defense takes a chraged conference to visit with his pitcher. 

The pitcher complains to his coach that he feels that the ptichers plate is too far 

back The coach informs the unpire-m-chief that the pitching distance could bem 

error When measured, the umpire-m-chief agrees Does Team A from the first 

game have grounds for a protest and should the home team of the second game be 

allowed to bat against the opposing pitcher at the incorrect distance? 

RULING: If the pitching distance is incorrect or bases are not at the proper 

distance, when detected the error should be correct immediately. In the first game. 

Team A would not be allowed to protest In the second game, the error would be 

corrected and the game resumed The visitmg team's pitcher would not have to 

pitch to the home team at the incorrect distance. 1 -4-2 

SITUATION #38: With Rl on first base. Fl turns his shoulder toward first base 

while (a) straddling the pitchers plate or (b) after engaging the pitcher's plate. 

RULING: Legal in (a) Balk in (b) Once Fl engages the pitcher's plate, he cannot 

turn his shoulders toward first base, unless he follows through with a throw. 6-1-1 

SITUATION #39: Having had three defensive charged conferences, n the sixth 

mmng, the coach goes to the mound to visit with his pitcher, who has walked two 

consecutive batters. Is this a charged conference'' 

RULING: A conference would not be charged if the coach replaes his pitcher. The 

pitcher being replaced would be allowed to return to pitch. 3-4-1 Note 

SITUATION #40; Having had three charged conferences, the coach of the 

defensive team asks for time to visit with the catcher for an opinion as to whether 

the pitcher was starting to tire. The umpire informs the coach that he has taken a 

fourth charged conference, and therefore, his pitcher must be removed as pither 

for the duration of the game The coach tells the umpire that he intended to replace 

his pitcher, but wanted the catcher's opinion first. 

RULING If, after talking with the catcher, the coach replaces his pticher, the 

pitcher may return to pitch. However, if the coach does not replace his pitcher and 

starts to return to the bench or dugout, the umpire shall inform the coach that he 

has had a fourth charged conference, which results m the removal of his pitcher, 

as pitcher, for the duration of the game. 3-4-1 Note. Penalty 

SITUATION #41; Having had two charged conferences, the coach of the 

defensive team asks lor time to talk to his catcher When the conversation has 

concluded, the coach hustles over to talk with F5 before leaving the field. How 

many conferences should the coach be charged'' 

RULING: Only one charged conference would be assessed. There is no limit a to 

the number of defensive players a coach can have a conference with. However, 

teh umpire will determine what is a reasonable amount of time for the charged 

conference. 3-4-1 

SITUATION #42: In the seventh mmng. with the score tied, bases loaded, and two 

outs, the coach of the defensive team calls "time " for a conference. Upon being 

granted "time, " the coach advances toward the catcher to have a conference with 

him, while the assistant coach runs over to talk to F3. Is this considered one 

conference, two separate conferences, or should the assistant coach be permitted 

to have a conterenc'' 

RULING: This is considered one charged conference. When the coach's charged 

conference is completed, the assistant coach must terminate his meeting with F3. 

If the assistant coach delays the game by not being ready, he could be assessed a 

charged conference. 3-4-1 

SITUATION #43; Bl hits ground ball that rolls along third base line and touches 

both outside and inside the line. The ball bounces directly over third or touches 

third It alights on foul or fair ground 

RULING: Fair ball 2-8-1 

SITUATION #44: What is the time of the pitch for the (a) windup or (b) set position? 

RULING: The time of the pitch occurs in (a) when the pitcher commits himself to 

deliver to the batter, i.e , when he starts his wmd-up or pumping action. In (b). it is 

when the pitcher continues his delivery after separating his hands with the ball in 

front of his body prior to delivering the pitch. 2-10-1 



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Teenagers begin bodybuilding for a variety of reasons. Psychologist and weight-lifter Wes Ledom, Ph.D., said, "One of the 
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Jeff Roitman, Ph.D., director of Cardiac Rehabilitation at Research Medical Center, agreed that athletics and the desire to make 
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What should your attitude be if your son or daughter decides to begin a weight-training program? "Bodybuilding and 
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something weird or strange. As with any other activity kids get into, it's helpful to learn about it and stay involved." Dr. Ledom 
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One disadvantage of weight training is its almost total emphasis on the muscles. "Weight training is mostly developing muscle 
size and strength but does not generally increase cardiovascular endurance," Dr. Roitman said. 

He recommended combining aerobic exercises, such as jogging and swimming, with any weight-training program. He also 
discouraged as unnecessary the use of vitamin and protein supplements advertised in most bodybuilding magazines. A balanced 
diet based on the traditional four food groups should provide sufficient energy and protein. 

Perhaps the biggest concern a parent may have when a child becomes involved in bodybuilding has nothing to do with 
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Anabolic steroids are synthetic forms of testosterone and other male hormones. Any use of them is a deliberate attempt to upset 
the body's normal hormonal balance. When used with a training program, steroids can indeed increase muscle size and strength. 
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If you discover your child is on steroids. Dr. Roitman advised medical intervention. A cold-turkey withdrawal from steroid use can 
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A weight-training and bodybuilding program can be healthy exercise and a boost to self-confidence if done correctly. Is 
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VOL. LI, NO. 10 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

MAY, 1989 



$10.00 PER YEAR 



Newly Elected Board Of Control Members 




Bob Rogers Jack Portwood Alvis Johnson 

Three new members have been elected to the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association Board of Control, with terms 
in office to begin in July. Alvis Johnson, Assistant Principal at 
Harrodsburg High School, Jack Portwood, Principal at 
Lincoln County High School, and Bob Rogers, assistant 
Superintendent of the Murray school system will be the new 
members of the Board. 

Johnson is a former member of the Board of Control, having 
served as minority representative for regions 9 through 16 
from 1980 through 1984, and will replace Tony dinger of 
Lexington. He is a native of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, a 
graduate of Christian County High School, and received his 
college degrees from Western Kentucky University. He began 
his career in the Christian County school system where he 
stayed for three years before moving to Harrodsburg. His 
duties at Harrodsburg have been numerous as he has served 
as a teacher. Assistant Principal and Athletic Director. He has 
also served for many years as head football coach, and led his 
1988 Pioneer squad to the state championship game in 
Louisville. 

Johnson feels he will be at an advantage coming on to the 
Board after having served a term in the past. "It took me a year 
and a half just to learn the procedures and what was going 
on," he said, "I feel I will be better able to serve my 
constituents during this next term in office." One major 
change he has noticed, is the inconsistency in eligibility 
rulings by the Board and the State Board in the time since he 
left the Board. "I am sure the State Board's playing of a more 
active role has had something to do with this, but many 
athletes are being made eligible today who simply would not 
have played in 1980. 1 think we have to look at that and try to 
establish a more consistent pattern" "Before I leave the Board 
at the end of this next term, I would like to see us also work to 
improve our system of placing teams in districts and regions 
in basketball and football, as well as perhaps modifying and 
improving our football playoff system." 

Johnson and his wife Rosetta have two sons. Derrick, 10, 
and Dennis, 9, both students at Harrodsburg. 

Jack Portwood comes to the Board after a long and 
successful tenure as Principal at Lincoln County. Portwood, 
who will replace Ken Tippett of the Woodford County School 
System as the representative for Regions 1 1 and 1 2 fias been 
serving in his current position at the Stanford school since 
1974. 

A graduate of Letcher High School, Portwood attended 
Lindsey Wilson Junior College of a basketball scholarship 
before transferring to Eastern Kentucky University where he 
completed his Bachelors and Masters degrees, and his Rank I 
Certification. 

Portwood began his teaching career as a social studies 
teacher at Stanford High School in 1962, and has spent the 
last twenty-four years as a principal in the Lincoln County 
system, including the last fifteen in his current position. He is 



active in various professional associaitons having served as 
President of the Lincoln County Education Association, a 
member of the Board of Directors of the Kentucky Association 
of Secondary School Principals and a member of the 
Kentucky Association of School Administrators and the 
National Association of Secondary School Principals. 

On coming onto the Board, Portwood said, "I am certainly 
looking forward to the opportunity of working with this fine 
group, and helping in any way I possibly can." Portwood and 
his wife. Donna, have a daughter, Ramona, a graduate of 
Eastern Kentucky University. 

The third new member of the Board is another returnee to 
the organization. Bob Rogers, Assistant Superintendent of the 
Murray School system. Rogers, who will replace outgoing 
Board of Control President Tom Buchanan, Superintendent 
of the Lyon County School system, served on the Board from 
1981 to 1984, and will represent regions 1 and 2. 

A graduate of Christian County High School, Rogers 
received his BS from Bethel College, his MA from Austin 
Peay, and his Rank I from Murray State University. His career 
in education began at Male High School in Louisville in 1966 
before he moved on to Earlington for two years, followed by 
two years at Henderson He returned to Earlington for two 
years as Principal and coach in 1971, before spending two 
years as an assistant principal at Christian County. In 1 976, he 
assumed the position of Principal at Webster County High 
School, where he stayed until 1980 when he became 
Principal at Ballard Memorial High School. He assumed his 
current position in 1987. 

He has been active in many professional organizations 
including the Kentucky Association of Secondary School 
Principals, the Kentucky Association of School Administra- 
tors, the Western Kentucky Association of School Administra- 
tors, the Western Kentucky Secondary Principals Association, 
and served as Vice-President of the Board of Control during 
the final year of his previous term of the Board. He is also 
active in the community as a member of the Rotary Club and 
the Chamber of Commerce, and is a District Chairman of the 
Boy Scouts of America. 

He and his wife Gayle have two children, Jeff, 22, a senior at 
Western Kentucky, and Angle, 20, a sophomore at Murray 
State. 



MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building in Lexington, 
Kentucky on Thursday, April 20, 1989. The meeting was 
called to order at 1:00 p.m. by President Tom Buchanan. All 
Board Members, Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive 
Assistant Billy V. Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid L 
DeVries and Louis Stout and Sports Information Director 
Julian Tackett were present. Mr. Harry Loy was present 
representing the State Department of Education. Mr. 
Buchanan called upon Mr. Sam Chandler to give the 
invocation. 

Pearl Ray Lefevers made a motion, seconded by C.K. 
Henry, that the minutes of the March 23rd meeting of the 
Board be approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1989 



MAY, 1989 



VOL. LI, NO. 10 



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1992) Morehead. Tony Olinger (1984-1989) Lexington, 
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Minutes of the Board Meeting continued from Page 1 

C.K. Henry moved to approve the minutes of the February 
24th Called Meeting of the Board. Tony Olinger seconded the 
motion which carried unanimously. 

Sam Chandler moved that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning March 1 and ending March 31, 1989 be 
allowed. The motion was seconded by Pearl Ray Lefevers 
and carried unanimously. 

Executive Assistant Billy Wise gave the following report on 
the Boys and Girls Basketball Tournaments: 



Boys 



Attendance: 
Ticket Sales: 
Expenses: 



Girls Attendance 
Ticket Sales 
Expenses: 



137,720 
$745,188.00 
$244,248.85 (approx.) 

32,855 

$146,173.00 

$ 90,770.61 (approx.) 



Mr. Wise stated that the final audit would appear in the 
August issue of the "Athlete". 

Sam Chandler made a motion, seconded by Huston 
DeHjven, that the Board go into Closed Sessin to discuss the 
recommendations of the Executive Committee with regard to 
salaries and contracts the 1989-90. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Charlie Miller moved that the Board go back into Open 
Session. C.K. Henry seconded the motion. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Sam Chandler presented the recommendations of the 
Executive Committee. 

Sandy Allen made a motion that the Executive Committee's 
Report be accepted. C.K. Henry seconded the motion, which 
carried unanimously. 

Mr. Ken Tippett, Chairman of the Regional Site Committee, 
made the following recommendations to the Board for their 
approval: 



1)The Commissioner will continue to determine the regional 
sites. 

2) The K.H.S.A.A. Handbook shall state tht schools wishing to 
host the Regional Tournament submit their requests to the 
Commissioner in writing by November 1 . The Applicant shall 
supply information relating to seating and parking facilities 
and any other information requested by the Commissioner. 

3) The Commissioner submit a list of the selected sites to the 
Board of Control at the January meeting of the Board. 



C.K. Henry made a motion to approve the committee's 
report. Sam Chandler seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

Mr. Tippett, Chairman of the Basketball Committee, 
reported to the Board that the committee had looked at the 
present ticket distribution system. He stated that the 
Committee had no recommendation to make at this time. 

Tony Olinger, Chairman of the All-Sports Committee, 
discussed with Board members the following items which 
they had been asked to consider: 

1 ) Trophies - Suggested changes the Committee would like to 
see in the trophies that are presently given to the 
championship winners — • possibly indicate in some way the 
sport they represent 

2) Baseball Season Extension — It was recommended that a 
survey be sent to all baseball playing schools for their input 
on extending the season one week. 

3) Two-day State Track Meet format — No recommendation. 

Commissioner Mills reported on the Referendum which 
had been mailed to all schools concerning changes in By- 
Law 25 to restrict summer activity in football and basketball. 
The results are as follows: 132 favored the proposal and 118 
opposed. Therefore, since the proposal did not receive a 
two-thirds majority of all votes, the proposal failed. 

Asst. Commissioner Louis Stout advised the Board of the 
results of the Soccer Survey: 184 schools stated that they 
would not sponsor Girls' Soccer while 21 schools voted to 
field a team. Therefore, since 25% of the member schools did 
not vote to sponsor Girls' Soccer competition, the K.H.S.A.A. 
will not sanction Girls' Soccer for the 1989-90 school year. 

Marvin Moore made a motion, seconded by Pearl Ray 
Lefevers, that Vice President Sam Chandler and Charlie 
Miller be named Delegate and Alternate respectively to the 
forthcoming 70th Annual Meeting of the National Federation 
to be held in Westley Chapel, Florida, beginning June 25, 
1989. 

Following a discussion regarding a request that juniors be 
permitted to try-out for the ABA/USA Summer Olympics, 
Charlie Miller made a motion, seconded by Marvin Moore that 
the Board waive By-Law 30 and permit these students to 
tryout for these teams. The motion carried unanimously. 

Asst Commissioner Stout discussed with Board members 
possible facility problems which might be encountered if the 
size of the Softball is changed from 1 2" to 1 1 ". Charlie Miller 
made a motion, seconded by C.K. Henry, that the schools be 
surveyed to determine their preference on the size ball to use. 
The motion carried. 

The next item on the Agenda was a discussion of a four 
team basketball tournament to be held in December 
sponsored by the Association and WKYT-TV with all 
proceeds going to the Dawahares/ K.H.S.A.A. Hall of Fame. 
Marvin Moore made a motion that the Commissioner proceed 
with negotiations. Tony Olinger seconded the motion which 
passed. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control is scheduled to be 
held at Lake Barkley from July 27-29. 

There being no further business, Liz Trabandt made a 
motion the meeting be adjourned. Charlie Miller seconded 
the motion which carried unanimously. 



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PAGE THREE 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

ANNUAL MEETING 

April 21, 1989 



The 72nd Annual Meeting of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association was held on Friday, April 21, 1989 at the 
K.H.S.A.A. Office Building, 560 East Cooper Drive, Lexington. 
The invocation vi/as given by C.K. Henry. 

President Tom Buchanan called the meeting to order at 
11:00 a.m. Sixty-four elected delegates or alternates 
answered the roll call. 

Commissioner Tom Mills then presented a report on the 
activities of the Association during the 1988-89 school year. 
Homer Brown moved, seconded by Richard Goodman, that 
the report be accepted. The motion carried unanimously. 
(The Commissioner's report is printed elsewhere in this issue 
of the "Athlete".) 

Commissioner Mills introduced newly elected members on 
the Board of Control to the Delegate Assembly as follows: 
Jack Portwood - Principal, Lincoln County High School, 
Representing Regions 11-12; Bob Rogers - Murray Public 
Schools, representing Regions 1 -2; Alvis Johnson - Athletic 
Director, Harrodsburg High School, representing Regions 
9-16. 

President Buchanan stated that presentation of proposals 
was the next order of business. 

PROPOSAL I 

Principal Larry A. Gritton, Oneida Baptist Institute proposes 
that a section "e" be added to By-Law 6. Transfer Rule, to 
read as follows: "The Commissioner may waive the Transfer 
Rule on a one-time basis for students attending a boarding 
school on a full-time basis as a boarding student who are 
placed there through recommendation of the courts or upon 
the recommendation of the principal of their previous 
school". Richard Goodman moved, seconded by Jude 
Talbott, that Proposal be adopted. The motion passed by a 
vote of 51-13. 

PROPOSAL II 

Principal Blake Haselton, Oldham County High School and 
Arnold E. Holbery, Head of Louisville Collegiate School 
propose that a section be added by By-Law 6, Transfer Rule to 
permit the Commissioner to waive the rule for "foreign 
exchange students participating in United States Information 
Agency-designated Teenage Exchange Visitor Programs 
who meet all other requirements of the Eligibility Rules and 
Regulations, may be granted a waiver from the period of 
ineligibility valid only for one school year. Any approved 
exchange student who seeks eligibility for second year will be 
subject to all provisions of the Transfer Rule, including the 
36-week ineligibility period. The Commissioner may not 
waive the Transfer Rule under any circumstance for a student 
who is a graduate of a foreign school equivalent to our 12- 
year program". Mike Stratton moved, seconded by Bill Wells, 
that Proposal II be adopted. The motion failed by a vote of 
22-42. 

PROPOSAL III 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association proposes that By-Law 3, Age be changed to read 
as follows: "A student who becomes nineteen (19) years old 
before August 1 shall be ineligible for interscholastic athletic 
competition (NOTE: a student who becomes 19 on or after 
August 1 shall remain eligible for the entire school year.)" Jim 
Reed moved, seconded by Bob Schneider, that Proposal III be 
adopted. The motion passed by a vote of 46-18. 

Mike Stratton moved, seconded by Homer Brown, that the 
meeting be adjourned. The motion passed unanimously. 




Game Guy 
Award 

STEVE FRANCIS 



The Game Guy Trophy is awarded to a high school athlete 
in the State of Kentucky who has overcome a physical 
handicap and participated in high school athletics. Steve was 
the unanimous choice of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Game Guy Award Committee for the 1 989 trophy. 

Steve is a senior at Glasgow High School in Glasgow, 
Kentucky, where he plays basketball. He is also active in other 
school clubs and organizations. 

Steve lost his left leg below the knee in a traumatic accident 
attheageof 17. When Steve received his first artificial leg, he 
began the rehabilitation process by walking and generally 
adjusting himself to his new leg. Steve's goal was to play 
basketball his senior year. He had to overcome a great 
physical handicap in order to do so. 

Steve began trying to play in June of 1988. Physically he 
had trouble running up and down the court; lateral movement 
was limited and his leg became very sore which made it 
difficult for him to practice more than twenty to thirty minutes 
per day. When we started conditioning in September, he lifted 
weights, jumped rope, and rode a bicycle instead of running 
on the track. 

In late November of 1988, Steve received his final artificial 
leg. This leg weighed less and had a flex foot attached. 
Through Steve's hard work and determination one could see 
physical improvement. His speed and endurance had 
improved greatly, along with his lateral quickness and 
jumping. His physical development has made it possible for 
him to play four to eight minutes in most of our basketball 
games and he had made some valuable contributions to a 
team that was ranked second in the fourth region. 

It was a dream come true when Steve played in his first 
basketball game with his prosthesis. 



Coming In The August & 
September "Athletes" . . . 

CHAMPIONSHIP 
RESULTS IN 

Baseball 

Golf 

Softball 

Tennis 

Track 

Have A Great Summer! 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1989 




1988-89 ANNUAL REPORT 

(Presented to Delegate Assembly) 

Two hundred ninety-three schools joined the Association 
for the 1 988-89 school year. Six of these schools enroll girls 
only and six have only boys. In 1987-88 there were 291 
schools, in 1986-87 there were 293. 

There were 201 schools involved in Football. Classes A, 
AA, AAA, and AAAA championship games were played at the 
Fairgrounds, Louisville. Attendance was approximately 
1 6,468 and ticket receipts were $79, 076. Expenses involved 
in conducting the state football playoffs were $31 ,692.33. The 
approximate gross receipts from the Football District, 
Regional and Sectional Playoff games were $301 ,325.96 with 
expenses of conducting these games reported as $93,047.29. 
Paid attendance at the 60 games was approximately 86,240. 
All profits from the District, Regional and Sectional football 
playoff games are divided among the participating schools 
with no monies being received by the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association. 

The number of schools competing in Volleyball was 65. 
The K.H.S.A.A. sanctioned tournament was held at Memorial 
Coliseum, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky on 
October 28-29, 1 988. Expenses incurred were $5,504.59 with 
receipts of $3,842.00. 

In Cross Country 209 boys' teams entered twenty-four 
regional meets. One hundred seventy-seven girls' teams 
entered all three classes in twenty-three regionals. The 
expenses incurred in sponsoring this sport were $1 2,203.39 
and the receipts were $5,067.00. Classes A, AA and AAA were 
held in Lexington at the Kentucky Horse Park. 

There were 114 schools competing in Soccer. The State 
Tournament was held in Lexington from November 3-4, 1988. 
The receipts were $13,525.00 and expenses incurred were 
$7,147.81. 

There were 54 schools competing in Wrestling in eight 
districts and four regions with the winner and runner-up in 
each weight class advancing to the state finals. The 
championship tournament was held at Atherton High School. 
Expenditures incurred were $10,588.80. The receipts were 
$13,324,00. 

In Swimming seventy-six girls' teams and seventy-four 
boys' teams competed for the championships. The meets 
were held at Memorial Coliseum, University of Kentucky, 
Lexington, Kentucky on March 3-4, 1989. The receipts were 
$4,292.50 and the expenses were $10,405.24. 

The gross receipts from the boys' and girls' district 
Basketball tournaments were approximately $608,188.16 
with reported expenses of $160,625.19. while the regional 
tournaments took in approximately $368,71 5.70 with reported 
expenses of $168,175.67. A total of six boys districts, eight 
boys' regions, eight girls' districts and seven girls' regions 
have not reported their income and expenses at this time. All 
profits from the District and Regional Basketball Tournaments 
are divided among the participating schools with no monies 
being received by the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association. Ticketed attendance at the Boys' State 
Tournament was approximately 137,720 as compared to 
1 35,866 for last year. The gross ticket receipts this year for the 
tournament are estimated at $745,1 88.00 with expenditures of 
approximately of $244,248.85. 

Attendance at the Girls' State Basketball Tournament was 
32,855 compared to 30.825 last year. The gross ticket receipts 
were $146,173.00 with expenditures of approximately 
$90,779.61. A complete report will appear in the audit. 

In the other sports that are to follow, 276 Baseball teams will 



compete in sixty-three districts and sixteen regions; 231 
Softball teams will compete in fourteen regions. There are 
236 schools participating in boys and girls Track in eight 
regions in each classification — A, AA. AAA; 1 60 girls' and 21 6 
boys' Golf teams will play in 19 regions; 215 girls' and 209 
boys' Tennis teams will play in thirteen regions. State 
championship meets will be held in Baseball at Lexington; 
Softball in Owensboro; Track at the University of Kentucky; 
girls' Golf at Elizabethtown Country Club, Elizabethtown; 
boys' Golf at Lincoln Trails Country Club Golf Course, Vine 
Grove; Tennis at the University of Kentucky. 

For your information, the receipts and expenditures 
incurred during the 1987-88 spring sports season are as 
follows: 



Baseball 

Golf 

Softball 

Tennis 

Track 



A total of 2785 officials registered with the Officials' Division 
of the Association as of April 14, 1989, and the number of 
approved and certified officials in each sport are as follows: 



Receipts 


Expenditures 


4,815.00 


$11,137.88 


0.00 


10,250.25 


4,582.00 


14,308.02 


53.00 


14,848.51 


6,127.50 


56,518.60 





Registered 


Approved C 


;ertified 


Total 


Baseball 


369 


154 


116 


639 


Basketball 


692 


328 


551 


1571 


Football 


165 


194 


404 


763 


Soccer 


134 


79 


40 


253 


Softball 


235 


102 


25 


362 


Track & Field 


25 


3 


1 


25 


Volleyball 


58 


21 


10 


89 


Wrestling 


45 


5 


8 


58 



Billy V. Wise conducted twelve clinics in Football and 
seventeen in Basketball for officials and coaches. Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries conducted five clinics and 
three volleyball clinics for officials and coaches. 

The Board of Control, the Assistant Commissioners, the 
Sports Information Director and I are grateful for the 
cooperation the superintendents, principals, athletic 
directors and coaches have given us in running the program 
for the Association. 



HELPING 
STUDENTS 

COPE WITH 
ALCOHOL 

AND DRUGS 



AUDIO VISUAL LIBRARY 

\'ideo tapes and films are available ai the KHSA,\ office for 
schools lo use in their alcohol and drug programs. Audio 
visual materials may be checked out for a two week period at 
no charge, except return postage'. .\ listing of films and tapes 
will be published in the Athlete of may be mailed upon 
request. 

TOLL-FREE NUMBER 

For information about the audio-visual library, training 
seminars, and materials, contact the KHSAA office at 
1-800-248-3234. 




THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1989 



PAGE FIVE 



TENTATIVE 1989-90 
CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES 



July 31 - August 17 
August 15-22 
August 21 - 26 
September 11 



October 2 
October 20 - 
October 23 - 
October 27 - 
October 28 
October 28 - 
October 30 - 
November 4 
November 6 
November 9 • 
November 10 
November 17 
November 24 
December 1 
December 4 
February 3 
February 5 - 
February 11 
February 1 
February 17 
February 26 



26 
21 
28 
28 



November 21 
November 4 

7 

10 
-11 

- 18 

- 25 
2 



15 



6 - 17 



March 3 



2 - 

5 - 

14 

19 



March 
March 
March 
March 
March 21 
March 27 
April 20 
May 7-12 
May 12 
May 14-19 



3 

10 
17 

24 
April 



11 



May 19 
May 21 
May 22 
May 23 
May 24 
May 26 
May 28 
May 30 

May 31 - 
June 7 - 



- 26 



26 

June 2 
31 

June 2 



Twelve Football Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Three Volleyball Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Four Soccer Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

National Federation Part II Exam - Football, Soccer, Volleyball 

Seventeen Basketball Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Regional Volleyball Tournaments 

District Soccer Tournaments 

State Volleyball Tournament 

Regional Cross Country Meets 

Four Wrestling Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Regional Soccer Tournaments 

State Cross Country Meet 

Sectional Soccer Tournaments 

State Soccer Tournament 

Football District Winners & Runners-Up - Play-Offs 

Football District Winners Play 

Football Regional Winners Play 

Football State Championships (Class A, AA, AAA, AAAA) Louisville 

National Federation Part II Exam - Basketball, Wrestling 

District Wrestling Tournaments 

Eight Baseball Clinics 

Regional Wrestling Tournaments 

Regional Swimming Meets 

State Wrestling Tournament 

District Basketball Tournaments 

State Swimming Meet 

Regional Basketball Tournaments 

Girls' State Basketball Tournament 

National Federation Part II Exam - Baseball, Softball, Track 

Boys' State Basketball Tournament 

Five Track Clinics 

Delegate Assembly Meeting 

District Softball Tournaments 

Regional Track Meets 

District Baseball Tournaments 

Regional Softball Tournaments 

Regional Tennis Tournaments 

Sectional Track Meets 

Regional Baseball Tournament 

Girls' Regional Golf Tournaments 

Boys' Regional Golf Tournaments 

State Softball Tournament 

State Track Meet 

First Round of State Baseball Tournament 

Boys' State Golf Tournament 

Girls' State Golf Tournament 

State Tennis Tournament 

Semi-Finals and Finals of State Baseball Tournament 








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PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1989 



J.B. MANSFIELD AWARD 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD 




Julie Morrison, Boone County 

The J.B. Mansfield Award for 1989 was won by Julie 
Morrison of Boone County of Boone County. Miss Morrison 
has been a participant in many school activities and clubs, 
was active In the community as well as maintaining a high 
scholastic average. She also contributed to the success of the 
Lady Rebels as evidenced by her three state most valuable 
player awards on tne team and the past two years, her 
teammates advanced to the State Tournament in Frankfort. 

The J.B. Mansfield Award Is given annually by the Louisville 
Courier-Journal in memory of Mr. Joe Billy Mansfield, 
long-time Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
employee who served as an Assistant Commissioner from 
1949 to 1972, and as Commissioner from 1972 until his ill 
health forced him to leave the Association in December of 
1975. A committee of school personnel from throughout the 
state selects the winner from the participant In the Girls' State 
Tournament who excels in four areas; basketball ability, 
sportsmanship, academic accomplishments, and citizenship. 

Winners of the award have been -- 

1975 - Donna Murphy, Newport 

1976 - Sue Dickman, Covington Holy Cross 

1977 - Debbie Johnson, Tates Creek 

1978 - Irene Moore, Breathitt County 

1979 - Beth Wilkerson, Pans 

1980 - Jackie Bearden, Dixie Heights 

1981 - Laura Seay, Marshall County 

1982 - Lisa Jarrett, Marshall County 

1983 - Tiphanle Bates, Whitesburg 

1984 - Sabrina Tussey, Belfry 

1985 - Dina Disney, Meade County 

1986 - Lisa Doyle, Mason County 

1987 - Angel Stevens, Breathitt County 

1988 - Chanin Gillock, East Hardin 

1989 - Julie Morrison, Boone County 




Kim Jones, Clay County 

Senior Kim Jones has nothing short of a storybook finish to 
her career as a member of the Lady Tigers of Clay County, 
leading the Cinderella story of the Manchester team's 
championship in this year's Girls State Tournament. Jones 
finished the tournament as the Most Valuable Player, 
including the longest made field goal In the memory of most 
tournament observers as she nailed a forty foot shot from near 
mid court to give her team a three point win in the semifinals 
against Manual. 



Winners of the award have been -- 

Boys' Tournament 

1981 - Troy McKlnley, Simon Kenton 

1982 - Todd May, Virgie 

1983 - Steve Miller, Henry Clay 

1984 - Fred Tisdale, Logan County 

1985 - Wendell Queries, Hopkinsville 

1986 - Reggie Hanson, Pulaski County 

1987 - Richie Farmer, Clay County 

1988 - Richie Farmer, Clay County 

1989 - Andy Penick, Pleasure Ridge Park 

Girls' Tournament 

1981 - Lori Hines, Pulaski County 

1982 - Maria Poschinger, Mercy Academy 

1983 - Clemette Raskins, Warren Central 

1984 - Carol Parker, Marshall County 

1985 - Annette Jones, Atherton 

1986 - Nancy Crutcher, Oldham County 

1987 - Joretta Carney, Laurel County 

1988 - Lisa Harrison, Southern 

1989 - Kim Jones, Clay County 



K.H.S.A.A. SWEET SIXTEEN ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 

Instituted in 1 985, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Sweet Sixteen Academic Scholarship Awards are designed to 
honor one or more participant(s) in the Boys' and Girls' State Tournaments who have excelled in the classroom and on the 
basketball floor. The awards are in the form of financial assistance to be used at the Kentucky college or university of the recipient's 
choice to help offset educational expenses. For 1989, the Dawahares stores provided the funds for two scholarships for 
participants in the boys tournament and one for a participant in the girls' tournament while the Frankfort Organizing Committee 
provided an additionalscholarship for a participant in the girls' tournament. 

For the 1989 Tournaments, three winners were selected. Travis McAfee of Madisonville excelled In the classroom as well as 
helping lead his team to a berth in the Boys Sweet Sixteen Tournament. Alicia Rainey of George Rogers Clark was named as the 
Dawahares scholar for the girls' tournament while Lisa Weismueller of Henry Clay was named the winner of the Frankfort Host 
Committee Scholarship. These two ladles were integral parts of their teams drive for the state tournament while their academic 
prowess served as an example to many of their teammates. 

Winners of the awards have been -- 



Boys' Tournament 

1985 - Chip Nixon, Metcalfe County 

1986 - Jeff Baldwin, Paintsville 

- John Calvert, Hopkinsville 

- Justin Hancock, Paducah Tilghman 

1987 - Jerry Butler, Mason County 

- Mike Minix, Paintsville 

- Chris Turner, Warren Central 



1988 



1988 



Jeff Whitney, Warren East 
Richie Farmer, Clay County 
Travis McAfee, Madisonville 



Girls' Tournament 

1985 - Tammy Golden, Whitley County 

1986 - Jana Newman, Wayne County 



1987 - Kelly Smith, Laurel County 

1988 - Sarah Murphy. Boone County 

- Candace Sturgill, Fleming-Neon 
1988 - Alicia Rainey, George Rogers Clark 
Lisa Weissmueller, Henry Clay 



From The Commissioner's Office 



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REMINDER TO SCHOOLS CONCERNING LIMITATION OF 

All schools are reminded of the Limitation of Seasons Rul 
27, as it applies to competition after the conclusion o 
ALL SPORTS are affected by this rule, which states that 
last regular season match, there shall be no further pract 
for the remainder of the school year, with the except 
tournament. Please be sure your coaches are aware of thi 
that they are not involved in coaching the team in an out 
competition. For the high school coach, be they the Head 
coach, to coach members of the high school team in a 



school's legal regular season 
would be a violation of the rules 



competition, regardless o 
governing the Limitation 



SEASONS 

es, K.H.S.A 
f the regul 
following 
ice or play 
ion of the 
s important 
side league 
Coach or an 
league outs 
f the type 
of Seasons 



•A. By-Law 
ar season, 
the teams' 

as a team 
K.H.S.A. A. 

rule, and 
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assistant 
ide of the 
of league. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO WILSON COACHES OF THE YEAR 

Congratulations are in order to several coaches who have been nominated for the 
Wilson 1989 National Coaches of the Year. Those coaches nominated include Owen 
Hauck of Boone County (football), Berny Miller of Danville (boys' basketball), 
Roy Bowling of Laurel County (girls' basketball), E.G. Plummer of Danville 
(boys' track), Reba Woodall of Bryan Station (girls' track), Mac Whitaker of 
Harrison County (baseball), Mike Thomas of Union County (wrestling), Joel 
Cyganiewicz of Elizabethtown (swimming), Gordon Bocock of Pulaski County (cross 
country), Betty Dwyer of Holy Cross in Louisville (volleyball), Steve Kaufman 
of Holy Cross in Louisville (softball), Tony Guffy of Ballard (soccer), Danny 
Spillman of Bowling Green (golf), and Joe Kroh of St. Xavier (tennis). In 
addition, Mary Burks of Holy Cross in Louisville was nominated for special 
sports, and Paul Young of St. Xavier was nominated as an athletic director. 
The nominations are made to Wilson by the state coaches associations. 

NOTES CONCERNING ACADEMIC ALL STATE NOMINATIONS 

The certificates for persons being named Academic All State Teams for the Fall 
and Winter sports periods have been mailed to the member school athletic 
directors who submitted nominations. Please note, that if your school uses a 
weighted grade point average, or some other system which is not a standard 4.0 
system, you will need to convert the grades to a 4.0 scale for your athletes to 
receive consideration. Thanks again for your cooperation. 



The 1989-90 and 
Test Date 
10/28/89 
12/ 9/89 
02/10/90 
04/ 7/90 
06/ 9/90 
10/27/90 
12/ 8/90 
02/ 9/91 
04/13/91 
06/ 8/91 



A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1989-90, and 1990-91 
1990-91 A.C.T. test schedule is as follows: 
Regular Postmark Deadline 
09/29/89 
11/10/89 
01/12/90 
03/ 9/90 
05/11/90 
09/28/90 
11/ 9/90 
01/11/91 
03/15/91 
05/10/91 



Late Deadi ine 

10/16/89 

11/27/89 

01/29/90 

03/26/90 

05/25/90 

10/15/90 

11/26/90 

01/28/91 

04/ 1/91 

05/24/91 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1989-90 SPORTS 
The following are the starting dates for the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored events, along 
with the first day of practice, number of contests and the tentative date for 
the state finals. 

Sport 



Volleyball 

Soccer 

Cross Country 

Football 

Wrestling 

Swimming 

Basketball 

non football 

football 
Track 
Softball 
Golf 
Tennis 
Baseball 



First 


First 


Practice 


Contest 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


July 20 


Aug. 22 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


July 19 


Aug. 18 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


Oct. 15 


Nov. 28 


Dec. 1 


Mar. 26 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 



Num. 


State 


Games 


Finals 


Al 1 owed 




20 


Oct. 27/28 


6-20 


Nov. 8/11 


4-15 


Nov. 4 


11 


Dec. 1/2 


4-23 


Feb. 17 


15 


Mar. 2/3 


24 


Mar. 14/17 (Girls) 


24 


Mar. 21/24 (Boys) 


4-15 


May 26 


35 


May 24/26 


20 


May 30/31 


4-20 


May 31/June 1/2 


35 


June 7/8 



These dates are as printed on the 1989-90 Memorandum Calendar. It is 
important to remember that these dates, particularly for the state finals, are 
tentative as site availability may force a change in location and/or date. 

OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 
Assumption needs three more girls teams to play in the Holiday Jamboree to 

be held December 28 and 29. Interested schools should contact Coach 

Carolyn Medley, Assumption High School, 2170 Tyler Lane, Louisville, 40205, 

or call (502)458-9551. 
Oldham County needs boys games on 12/15/89, 12/27-30/89, 1/12/90, 1/30/90, 

2/9/90 and 2/10/90. Interested schools should contact Coach Gary Forrest, 

or Tom Peterson, A.D., (502)222-9461. 



The members 
Medical Aspects 
officials to 
registration, 
sports officials 



OFFICIALS INVITED TO 

of the KMA Committee on 

of Sports would 

attend the Sport 

The committee feel 

for rendering th 



ATTENDANCE AT THE SYMPOSIUMS IS 
considering KMA's generous offer, 
available to go to a symposium 
schedule is listed elsewhere in this 



ATTEND MEDICAL SYMPOSIUMS 

School Health, Physical Education and the 
like to invite all high school sports 
s Medicine Symposiums at no cost for 
s it is very important to work with the 
e best care to high school athletes. 
NOT A REQUIREMENT FOR OFFICIALS. However, 

officials who have the time and are 
should consider doing so. The complete 
month's issue of the "Athlete". 



TRAINERS WORKSHOP SET FOR E.K.U. 

Cramer will again sponsor a workshop for athletic trainers at the campus of 
Eastern Kentucky University. The clinic will be held on June 4-7. 
Prospective student delegates may contact Bobby Barton at Eastern or write to 
Athletic Trainer Workshops, Cramer Products, P.O. Box 1001, Gardner, Kansas, 
66030, or phone (800)255-6621 or (913)884-7511. 



OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

Many schools are working on 1989 football schedules with consideration for two 
year contracts to cover the remainder of the alignment period (1989 and 1990). 
With this in mind, please submit your open dates to this office so that we may 
again compile a list to assist you in scheduling. Please submit these open 
dates in writing and include 1) the game date desired, and 2) a contact name 
and daytime phone number. 

The following is the list of schools with open dates who have reported their 
1989 schedule to the Association. The only schools listed are those who have 
an open date listed, but have not filled their eleven game limit. At press 
time, 149 of the 200 schedules have been submitted. 

Date 08/18 - Atherton, Ballard, Ballard Memorial, Bardstown, Bellevue, Bullitt 
East, Butler, Butler County, Calloway County, Campbell County, 
Campbellsville, Crittenden County, DeSales, DuPont Manual, Eastern, 
Edmonson County, Eminence, Fairdale, Fern Creek, Franklin County, Hart 
County, Larue County, Logan County, Ludlow, Madisonville-North Hopkins, 
Male, Marion County, Mayfield, Mercer County, Metcalfe County, Millersburg 
Military , Institute, Murray, Paris, Phelps, Pineville, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Reidland, Russell County, Russellville, Southern, St. Xavier, 
Trinity (Louisville), Union County, Valley, Waggener, Washington County, 
West Carter 

Date 08/25 - Atherton, Ballard, Butler, Butler County, DeSales, DuPont Manual, 
Eastern, Fairdale, Fern Creek, Larue County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, 
Male, Millersburg Military , Institute, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, St. 
Xavier, Trinity (Louisville), Valley, Waggener 

Date 09/01 - Barren County, Bryan Station, Calloway County, Frankfort, West 
Hardin 

Date 09/08 - Ballard Memorial, Franklin County, Reidland 

Date 09/15 - Cumberland, Murray 

Date 09/22 - Barren County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, Mercer County, 
Russellville 

Date 09/29 - Casey County, Crittenden County, Cumberland, Harlan, Ludlow, 
Mercer County, Millersburg Military , Institute, Pineville, Washington 
County, West Hardin 

Date 10/06 - Bath County, Bellevue, Casey County, Caverna, George Rogers Clark, 
Mayfield, Russell County, Somerset 

Date 10/20 - Bardstown, Logan County, Owen County 

Date 10/27 - Bullitt East, Campbell County, Fulton County, Larue County 

Date 11/03 - Bath County, Bryan Station, Campbellsville, Casey County, Caverna, 
Cumberland, Edmonson County, Eminence, Frankfort, Fulton County, George 
Rogers Clark, Harlan, Hart County, Ludlow, Marion County, Metcalfe County, 
Millersburg Military , Institute, Owen County, Paris, Phelps, Pineville, 
Russellville, Somerset, Union County, West Carter 



SCHEDULE OF MEDICAL SYMPOSIUMS 

The following is the revised schedule of the Medical Symposiums required by 
the State Department of Education for alj. Head Coaches in K.H.S.A.A. 
sanctioned sports. The dates which are underlined are those that have 
changed dates, or additional sites since the last issue of the Athlete, and 
since the time the letter was mailed to member schools . A letter has been 
sent to all schools informing them of this important change approved by the 
State Board of Education. This new regulation requires bi-annual attendance 
at one of the approved Medical Symposiums. THESE SEMINARS HAVE NOTHING TO 
DO WITH THE CPR REQUIREMENT. THEY ARE A COMPLETELY SEPARATE REQUIREMENT. 
Beginning this year, bi-annual attendance is required for all Head Coaches 
in K.H.S.A.A. member schools in sports sanctioned by the Association. If 
you attended a seminar in 1988, you do not need to attend a 1989 symposium. 
The schedule for this year is as follows -- 
April 22 - University of Louisville (502)637-3636, Dr. Raymond Shea, 

Suite 150, Audobon Medical Plaza, 40217 
May 20 - Surgical Center, Elizabethtown (502)737-5200, George 

Hosfield, Surgical Center, 708 Westpost Road, 42701 
June 10 - Murray-Calloway Hospital, Murray (502)753-5131, Ms. Kathie 

Pierce, Health-Promotions, 803 Poplar Street, 42071 
June 23 - Trover Clinic, Madisonville (502)825-7200, Dr. James Bowles, 

Clinic Drive, 42431 
June 24 - Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Mary L. Ireland, M.D. 
(606)276-5266. 1800 South Limestone, Suite 101, Lexington, 
40503, or Dr. Bobby Barton, Eastern Kentucky University 
Department of Physical Education. 
July 1 - University of Kentucky, Lexington (606)257-3232, J. Michael 
Ray, Orthopaedic Surgery, University Medical Plaza, Rose 
Street, 40536-0223. 
July 15 - Kentucky Wesleyan College, Owensboro (502)683-2441, Dr. Wm. 

McManus, P.O. Box 1441, Owensboro, 42301. 
July 15 - Ashland. Dr. Garner Robinson, M.D. 700 13th Street, 

Ashland, KY 41101. 
July 22 - Bourbon County Hospital, Paris. Program Chairman - Dr. J. 
Michael Ray, Orthopaedic Surgery, University Medical Plaza, 
Rose Street, 40536-0223. 
July 22 - Paintsville. Mary L. Ireland, M.D. (606)276-5266. 1800 

South Limestone, Suite 101, Lexington, 40503. 
July 28/29 - Northern KY University. Mike Miller, Sports Medicine, St. 
Elizabeth Hospital, 401 East 20th, Covington, 41014. 

NEW NCAA GUIDE TO COLLEGE FRESHMAN ELIGIBILITY MAILED TO ALL SCHOOLS 

A copy of the Guide to College Freshman Eligibility Requirements for NCAA 
Division I and II schools has been mailed to all principals and guidance 
counselors at public, private and parochial schools in the United States. 
This brochure is helpful in summarizing the Association's initial 
eligibility requirements, and additional copies may be purchased from the 
NCAA at P.O. Box 1906, Mission, Kansas, 66201. 

CORRECTION ON WRESTLING CLINIC 

In the pamphlet describing the re-registration procedure, the wrestling 
clinic schedule contained a minor error. The site of the November 21 clinic 
in Louisville will be the Kentucky School f/t Blind, not Seneca High School 
as was stated on the listing. Please make this correction. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1989 



PAGE SEVEN 




J*«^\ 



Michael Burd 




MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD 




Andy Penick 



For 1989, Michael Burd of Hart County was named the 
recipient of the Ted Sanford Award. Michael excelled in 
virtually all phases of his high school career including 
athletics, community and church service, and in all phases of 
leadership around the school. Burd has decided to forego a 
collegiate playing career in favor of the military, but his 
contributions will be long remembered by his Raider 
teammates. 

The Ted Sanford Award is given annually by the Courier 
Journal in memory of Mr. Ted Sanford, the first Commissioner 
of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association who served 
as Secretary-Treasurer of the K.H.S.A.A. for ten years before 
becoming Commissioner, a position he held from 1947 until 
his retirement in 1 972. A committee of school personnel from 
throughout the state selects the winner from the participant in 
the Boys State Tournament who excels in four areas: 
basketball ability, sportsmanship, academic accomplish- 
ments, and citizenship. 



Inaugurated in 1981. the Lexington Herald-Leader annually 
presents the Most Valuable Player Awards to the participant 
in the Boys and Girls tournaments who is voted most valuable 
by a panel of media representatives and the participating 
coaches in the tournaments. Unofficial Most Valuable Player 
recognition had been given by various sources prior to 1 981 . 

The Most Valuable Player for the 1 989 Boys' Sweet Sixteen 
State Basketball Tournament was junior Andy Penick, the 
versatile guard for Dale Mabrey's state championship team 
from Pleasure Ridge Park. Penick's penetration through the 
opponent's defense, spectacular passing and clutch 
shooting was a key ingredient in the Panthers championship. 



Winners of the award have been -- 

1973 - Rickey Witherspoon. Hickman County 

1974 - Ronnie Watt. Warren East 

1975 - Jerry Lee Britt. Warren East 

1976 - Tim Stephens, McCreary Central 

1977 - Jeff Lamp. Louisville Ballard 

1978 - Mike George, Shelby County 

1979 - Dirk Minnifield. Lafayette 

1980 - Dicky Beal. Covington Holmes 



1981 - Allen Feldhaus. Jr., Mason County 

1982 - Kelly Middleton, Mason County 

1983 - Phillip Hall, Carlisle County 

1984 - Jeff Royce, Bourbon County 

1985 - Spence Shipley. Doss 

1986 - Terry North. Hazard 

1987 - Richie Farmer. Clay County 

1988 - Scott Boley, LaRue County 



KHSAA SWEET SIXTEEN ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 






Travis McAfee, Madisonville 



Alicia Rainey, George Rogers Clark 



Lisa Weismueller, Henry Clay 



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NOTRE DAME ACADEMY — GIRLS' CHAMPIONS 
1988-89 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




(Kneeling: L to R) Tara Neltner, Becky Brake, Nina Montmeny, Meghan Maloney. (Standing: L to R) Meg 
Gaittier. Teresa Jump, ChrissyAnnear, Julie Runge.Janean Friedman, MarcieDressman,Traci Pomeroy, 
Jenny Summe, Julie Hampton, Kristin Hummel. (Standing Back Row: L to R) Aly Boehmer. Karen Bresser, 

ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL — BOYS' CHAMPIONS 
1988-89 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




(Sitting) Coach Marty OToole. (Kneeling: L to R) Jeff Offutt, Robby Moses, Mark Hinkebein, John Rahm, 
Reid Brown. (Holding Trophy: L to R) Dave Northup, Brian Nutt, Josh Henderson, Van Stoutt, Blaine 
Hubbuch. (Standing Left: L to R) Julian Ritchey, John Proctor, Carter Garrison, Byron Thomas, Dave 
Puckett, Paul O'Bryan, Chris John. Doug McCall, Larry Lenning. (Hands on Overhead Bar: L to R) Todd 
Clark, Steve Dameron. (Standing Right: L to R) Matt Westfall, Bruce Albertson, Craig Cowan. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1989 



PAGE NINE 



State Swimming Standouts 




STEPHANIE LIVERS - ELIZABETHTOWN 
Outstanding Female Competitor 

(Presented by Tim Cahill) 





RODGER McALISTER - EASTERN 
Outstanding Male Competitor 

(Presented by Karen Vanover) 




MARK BEZOLD, NOTRE DAME ACADEMY 
Girls Coach of the Year 

(Presented by Tim Cahiii) 




MARTY O'TOOLE — ST. XAVIER 
Boys Coach of the Year 

(Presented by Karen Vanover) 



PAGE TEN THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1989 

State Tennis Tournament 

University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky 
June 1-3, 1989 

TIME SCHEDULE 

Thursday, June 1, 1989 

11:00 — Coaches Meeting and Briefing Session, K.H.S.A.A. Office 
1 2:00 — Competition begins and continues thirougfiout day and evening 
(if necessary) through quarterfinals of singles and doubles. 




Friday, June 2, 1989 

9:00 am. — Competition continues in singles and doubles 




BOYS' TOURNAMENT MANAGER 
- Joe Kroh 

GIRLS' TOURNAMENT MANAGER 
Saturday, June 2, 1989 ■ Becky Watson, Mary Robinson, 

9:00 a.m. — Doubles Semi-finals (Boys and Girls) Kathy Johnston 

10:30 a.m. — Singles Semi-finals (Boys and Girls) 
12:00 p.m. — Doubles-finals (Boys and Girls) 

1:30 p.m. — Singles (Girls) - Finals followed by the Boys Singles Finals 

(a change in schedule may occur in case of inclement weather) 

WRESTLING RULE CHANGES 
^Ac^E ANNOUNCED FOR 1989-90 SEASON 

Beginning with the 1 989-90 high school wrestling season, individual states will have the option of establishing weigh-in times 
that best fit their own needs. The standardized weigh-in procedures still are outlined in the High School Wrestling Rules Book and 
are to be adhered to unless state adoption dictates otherwise. 

The change was one of seven major adjustments in high school wrestling rules made by the National Federation Wrestling 
Rules Committee at its March 28-29 meeting in Kansas City. 

Currently, Rule 4-5-1 requires weigh-in for dual meets to be completed a minimum of 30 minutes and a maximum of 60 minutes 
prior to competition. For tournament competition, the requirement is a minimum of 30 minutes and a maximum of two hours prior to 
the first session each day. 

Rule 5-2-7 now will allow a match to continue in a near-fall situation even though enough points had been earned to award a 
technical fall. 

"Rule 5-2-7 was revised to allow more falls," said Fritz McGinness, assistant director of the National Federation and editor of the 
high school wrestling rules. "A wrestler who is leading by 13 points and is able to secure a takedown straight to near-fall criteria, 
will be allowed to continue until the situation concludes or the individual is pinned." 

In other changes, a coin toss will determine which wrestler reports to the mat first, which is the current procedure for determining 
odd or even weight classes. 

Three changes were made in Rule 7, Rule 7- 1-5n now lists the over-scissor as an illegal hold. Rule 7-3-1 allows starting position 
to be corrected prior to a caution, and Rule 7-5-4 now includes questioning thejudgment of the referee under misconduct on the 
part of the coach. 

"The figure 4 scissor above the knee and the over-scissor on the lower leg with the knee locked prevents normal movement of 
the joint," McGinness said. "In previous years, this hold was illegal because of the pressure against the knee. Now it is considered 
illegal by application only." 

In the hope of contestants determining the outcome of more matches, the referee now can correct a starting position — by either 
the offensive or defensive wrestler — the first time it occurs for either contestant This correction will precede the caution currently 
allowed. 

The change in Rule 7-5-4 will allow a coach to approach the official at the scorer's table at least onetime without his team being 
penalized: however, this does not include any conduct of an unsportsmanlike manner. 

In addition to now allowing the injured contestant to receive coaching during an injury timeout. Rule 8-2-6 now forbids coaching 
during the time in which a contestant cannot wrestle because of bleeding. 

National Federation wrestling rules are used by more than 8,000 high schools and approximately 250,000 competitors. 
Wrestling currently ranks as the fifth most popular boys' sport. 

Following is a complete list of rules changes passed by the National Federation Wrestling Rules Committee for 1989-90: 

RULE 4-5-1 & 4-5-3: State associations are authorized to establish the time for weigh-in as best fits their individual needs. 

RULE 4-5-3; Tournament weigh-in is from a maximum of two hours to a minimum of one-half hour before the first session each 
day. 

RULE 5-2-7: The match will not be stopped if a pinning situation exists. 

RULE 6-2-2: Wrestler who reports to the mat first is determined by flip of coin. 

RULE 7-1 -5n: Over-scissor is now listed as an illegal hold. 

RULE 7-3-1 : Starting position can now be corrected prior to a caution. 

RULE 7-5-4: Misconduct on the part of a coach now includes questioning the judgment of the referee. 

RULE 8-2-6: No coaching is allowed during timeout for bleeding. 



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